About Chunda Shikar Oudi

Chunda Shikar Oudi, once utilised as a hunting base by nobility, has been transformed into a nature sanctuary that caters to guests seeking a combination of lavish accommodations and thrilling escapades. As we progress, our commitment to preserving the ecosystem grows stronger, driven by our desire to create a brighter future for upcoming generations. Since the establishment of Chunda Hospitality, we have striven to foster a meaningful bond with the local community and environment. We wholeheartedly embrace and integrate with the local culture in every location we operate. Whether it's a leisurely stroll through nature or an exhilarating jeep ride, our wildlife retreat in Udaipur is meticulously crafted to ensure the utmost consideration for the region's diverse flora and fauna, while ensuring our guests enjoy to the fullest.

Udaipur, the "City of Lakes," was founded in 1559 by Maharana Udai Singh II, the ruler of Mewar. Located in the Aravalli Range of Rajasthan, India, it is a land of dynamic seasons, with hot summers and cold winters, magnificent palaces, vibrant culture and breathtaking landscapes. The city's rich Rajput heritage is showcased through colorful festivals, folk dances such as Ghoomer and Bhavai dance and traditional cuisine. From dried mango by the name of 'Amchoor' to ghewar and malpua, Udaipur's culinary delights feature an extensive use of chillis.

The legacy and conservation of heritage are being carried forward by Veeram Dev Singh Krishnawat, Director of the Chunda Group, along with his brother Yaduraj Singh Krishnawat. They belong to one of the noble families of Thana, part of the erstwhile state of Mewar, and are descendants of Rao Chunda Mewar. Chunda Palace, an experiential retreat in Udaipur, depicts the heritage and art of the region and was conceived by Th. Ghanshyam Singhji of Thana. Chunda Shikar Oudhi, on the other hand, is the vision and brainchild of his heirs.

a painting of Th. Ghanshyam Singhji of Thana