It’s no news that India withholds a rich wealth of culture. It’s rooted with unmatched potpourri of colors, traditions, cuisines and costumes. And that’s the very reason it’s invincible against tourists on a run to see it in least number of days possible. I would shrug and maybe even laugh on anyone wanting to see India in a day or even a week. So what to do? Where do you take all your firang friends, phoren return cousins, NRI uncles and aunties and anyone looking for a quick introduction to a Fancy, Glittering India and its array of cuisines? You take them to Kingdom of Dreams – “KoD”. An epitome of the Big Indian Drama.

I’ve been in the city of Gurgaon for some time now, but it wasn’t until very recently that my mum and aunt insisted on a girls’ day out to KoD. We didn’t catchup on the musical theatre performance as it was a last minute plan (like always) but we did end up stuffing our bellies with some fantastic, authentic flavors in Culture Gali of KoD. For the food, Rajasthan deserves a special mention as it served utterly delectable, mouth melting Daal Bhaati Churma I’ve ever had in my entire life.
It’s a great getaway with relatives and with friends who like to indulge in their food.

Entry fee is INR600/-, very reasonable considering you can not only savor multi-cultural food but also buy some exotic colorful trinkets of the entire amount that is credited to the entry card. Below are a few pictures of “Culture Gali” of KoD.

Culture Gali

Culture Gali

Culture Gali | Kingdom of Dreams

Culture Gali | Kingdom of Dreams

Mumbai | Kingdom of Dreams

Bollywood - Mumbai

Folk Dancers

Sky and the LampPost | Kingdom of Dreams

Sky and the LampPost | Kingdom of Dreams

Umbrellas | Kingdom of Dreams

The Roof | Kingdom of Dreams

Shining puppets | Kingdom of Dreams

Lamp Tree | Kingdom of Dreams

Chandelier | Kingdom of Dreams

Ajanta Alora Figurines

Ajanta Alora Figurines

Ajanta Alora Figurines

Dancing Puppets

Have you been to Kingdom of Dreams? What most did you like about the place. Share you experience as comments to this post.

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Rakshita
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