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