Special Diwali & Winter Package

Lohana Village Resort, Rajpura is one of the best resorts near Mount Abu and hailed for its world-class facilities & amenities. This resort with swimming pool attracts large number of foreign and domestic tourists every year. Our facilities are many and we will sure you have a great time in one of the best resorts near Ahmedabad. All the business & leisure tourists can have a wonderful time during winter and Diwali season by booking a stay in our 4 star property. Have a look at our below mentioned special rates for WINTER and DIWALI season:-

Cat. Of Room Number Of Rooms Winter  Package (01st Oct  2016 to 31st March 2017) Except Peak Dates Peak Dates Package (Diwali, Christmas & New Year) Duration | Meal Plan
Deluxe 12 Rs. 8,500 Rs. 10,500 02N|03D - MAP Plan
Garden Cottage 11 Rs. 11,000 Rs. 13,000 02N|03D - MAP Plan
Luxury Cottage 6 Rs. 12,000 Rs. 14,000 02N|03D - MAP Plan
Royal Suite 1 Rs. 15,000 Rs. 17,000 02N|03D - MAP Plan
Total 30      

*Consolidated Tax: - 9.70 % will extra

Peak Dates are as follows:-
Diwali – 24th Oct. to 7th Nov. 2016
Christmas & New Year Dates - 24th Dec'16 to 3rd Jan'17


  • A.C. Accommodation on Double Occupancy for Two Nights
  • Royal Traditional Welcome with Aarti, Tikka and Welcome drink on Arrival (Non Alcoholic Drink)
  • Two Breakfast and Two Dinners
  • Free use of recreational facilities of Indoor Games :- Table Tennis, Carom, Chess Etc / Outdoor Games – Swimming Pool, Cricket, Badminton
  • Cultural Entertainment Folk Dance in Evening One Day


  • Check In: - 12.00 and Check out Time: - 10.30 A.M and All extra direct by cash only if any.
  • As per the directive given by the Department of Tourism, all Indian Nationals are required to produce proper proof of identification upon check-in. Valid Identification documents include: Passport, voters ID card, Current Driver's License, PAN card or a credit card; the document must include a photograph.
  • Guest must carry their swimming costume to swim in the pool, else they not be allowed to swim.
  • Rooms will be provided as per the availability & available allocations – adjacent rooms or rooms on the same floor are not guaranteed.

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New Year Supplement Charge is mandatory for the entire staying guest for 31st Dec Evening:-

  • New Year Supplement is Rs. 3,000/- Per Person for Adult (Mandatory on 31 Dec. 2016)
  • New Year Supplement is Rs. 2,000/- Per Person for Children (Mandatory on 31 Dec. 2016)

New Year Supplement is Includes:-

  • Gala Dinner with 07 Course Menu in 31st Night 2016
  • D.J. Party on 31st Night
  • Free Soft Beverage – Like Soft Drink, Juice, Mineral Water and Snacks
  • Fire Work in 31st Night

Child Policy:- (Nett Non-Commissionable)

  • Children:- Below 5yrs are Complimentary. (WITHOUT EXTRA MATTRESS IN SAME Room)
  • Children:- Between 6yrs to 12yrs is 25% on package, + Tax. With extra mattress in same Room
  • Children:- Above 12 is on 35% on package, + Tax. With extra mattress in same Room

Amenities and Facilities

  • Biggest Swimming Pool in Rajasthan
  • 72 Jain Temple in Bhinmal (20 Km)
  • Village Safari (with own vehicle) (07 KM)
  • Jungle Trekking
  • Nature Walk
  • Indoor Games:- Table Tennis, Carom, Chess , playing card, other many more board games etc
  • Outdoor Games:- Swimming Pool, Swimming Pool Games, Cricket, Badminton, Volleyball, Football etc

Mode of payment:-
Full payment in advance in company account. Account detail is as follows:-

Bank of Baroda The Lohana Village Resort A/c No. 38280200000252 RTGS/NEFT IFSC CODE :- BARBOBHINMA BHINMAL DIST. JALORE – 343029

Cancellation Policy :-

  • Before 30 days: Refund 100%
  • Before 15 days: Refund 50%
  • Before 7 days: Refund 25%
  • Less Than 7 days: Refund Nil

Tourist Attractions near our resort in Rajpura

Situated at height of 1220 meters from sea level is famous Sundhamata temple among the beautiful Aravali hills which make it a big tourist attraction. The streams running throught out the year main 'toran dwar' made of yellow Jaisalmer stone at foot of the hill attach a larger number of tourists recently, the surroundings of the temple, 105 km. from Jalore district headquarters and 356 km. from Bhinmal subdivision, have been declared as Conservation Reserve. And thus the important religious place of Sundhamata with its rich vegetation and wild life has also become an aco- tourism destination. The attractive idol of mother Chamunda is placed under a rock on the top the hill. Here the goddess is worshipped. It is believed that her breast is located at korta village and her feet at Sundarlal Pal. Devotees from neighboring districts through the place to worship her.

Nature has been extremely generous to these lush green hills which have numerous varieties of flora and a number of wild animals. The Sundhamata Reserve is spread over 11749 hectares comprising four forest blocks- Jaswantpura block, Puran-Panseri block. The Reserve has Panthers, sloth bear, hyena, jackal, sambher, wolf, wild, boar, wild cat, chinkara, porcupine, star tortoise, various types of snakes, peacock, hite, ibis, blue jay and woodpecker. The forest Department has constructed water holes for wild animals. The whole area been protected with a wall. They have build watch towers for tourist to spot the wild animals in their natural habitat from a short distance with extreme safety.

JASWANTPURA is located in the region valley and experiences a comparatively low temperature during summers previously there was a village in this area called lohiyana that used to be the capital of lohiyana DYANASTY .THE village was fortified with walls and JODHPUR attacked Lohiyana in 1833 AD and destroyed the fort. Later the town was named Jaswantpura after king JASWANTSINGH. The king also built a huge rest house in the mountains as his winter getaway at the exact height of Mt. Abu called the Jaswantpura fort.

Pavapuri tirth dham is situated at Pavada around 37 km away from RESORT. The tirth is purely attributing to the jainism but it is open for all communities, any types of pilgrims can join, contribute or can visit to have blessings. The foundation of this was kept by Jainism KP Sanghvi groups in 1998 with in few years beautifully its construction was completed. Now it is functioning as a KP Sanghvi groups trust. The land of its campus is 500 acres which is located in aravali mountain range. In this dham a beautiful temple is built which is very good example of jain architecture and culture. The tirth is dedicated to jain lord Shankheshwar Parshvanath. The idol is in 69 inches height which look very nice and so attractive that it gives full peace and touches the internal soul.

72 Jain Temple in Bhinmal (30 Km)
On the outskirts of a Rajasthani Town, Bhinmal, there is huge complex which offers Pilgrimage to Jain's all around the world. It is known as Shri Laxmi Vallabh Parshwanath 72 Jinalaya. Bhinmal was earlier known as Shrimal Nagar (or Bhillamal), which was an early capital of the Kingdom of Gurjars. There are evidence found which indicates Lord Mahavir Swami, the 24th Tirthankar has roamed in these places. This makes Bhinal a very holy place for Jainism. King Kumarpal, the King of Gurjar Kingdom had erected many temples but was destroyed by Alauddin Khilji. There was a time when Bhinmal looked absolutely stunning with city pinnacled with many temples. It was a great learning center in old times. Many books on Jainism were written here between 7th - 10th Century. The pilgrimage is built almost 6 kms away from Bhinmal. Spreading itself across 80 acres of land it offers pilgrimage as well as temporary charitable rest houses to travellers. It is built completely in Marble and hence provides magnificent views.

(The Almost Complete) History of Shri Jirawala Parshwanath Tirth (35 km)
Rajasthan, a beautiful land of kings, just when you thought you had seen everything you discover something new, something you have never seen, felt or experienced before. The temple I am about to describe lies near a village named Jirawala. he temple is named Shri Jirawala Parshwanath Jain Tirth. According to history the Temple dates back to ancient times. During ancient times the town was known by many names, Jiravalli, Jirapalli, Jurikavalli, Jairapalli and many more. The area in which the temple now stands (Tirth Kshetra) is associated to many legends. One of the legends say that Seth Amarasha of Kodinagar and Acharya Devsurishvarji (a.k.a. Shri Devasurivara), on the same day saw in their dream that there lays an idol of Lord Parshvanath near the foot of Jayraj Hill.