Do you want to discover India with some of the most unforgettable scenes and splendid cities and places? You will have the best experience in beautiful valleys of Uttrakhand. The government of India has facilitated great development plans to encourage Tourism in uttrakhand-The Kingdom Of Dreams Where Every One Is a King. In Uttrakhand, you can enjoy the most tremendous and top adventurous activities in India.
If you are in love with cultural activities and drama then I will suggest you visit the “Kingdom of Dreams”. The “Kingdom of Dreams” is the first Indian live entertainment theater and leisure destination located in Sector 29, Gurgaon (Delhi) near the leisure valley park. It was inaugurated in 2010 and is spread over 6 acres of land. It consists of two theaters, named as Nautanki Mahal and the Showshaa Theatre, and a cultural and cuisine area known as Culture Gully. You will more details about this place while going through this India travel guide.
What this place offers is the live shows from multiple drama companies and also the Bollywood movies. The great Bollywood actor, Mr. Shah Rukh Khan, is its brand ambassador. Nautanki Mahal is a vast auditorium having 835 seats. It is designed like a grand palace. The auditorium has every facility like a hydraulic stage; automated fly bars and a matrix sound system which can make you feel everything real. This great complex was made to encourage art and drama in this country and also to encourage tourism and travel in India. This place offers an opportunity to Indian and international theatrical productions to present the shows.
Now comes the next attraction of this place, that is, Culture Gully. Culture Gully is a buffet of arts, design, and food from every region of the country. It is has a boulevard spread across 100,000 square feet. It has theme restaurants representing 14 different states of India. These restaurants serve the typical food of respective states. And, this is not all, the architecture of these restaurants resembles that of the corresponding state. This gully not only offers the regional dishes but in fact hosts street performances, artisans and handicraft stores. Culture Gully has two lounges to The Mehkhana Bar and the Kerela Bar. The prices are a bit high. The entry fee to the Culture Gully is 600 Indian rupees and on weekends, it is 700 Indian rupees with free entrée for children under 4. You can also get registered for the Royal Card and enjoy few additional benefits.
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