On December fifteenth, 2021, I joined the MRS Hospitality Group at Suryagarh Jaisalmer as a Visitor Experiences Supervisor. I work right here now! I’ve been visiting their resorts ( together with Narendra Bhawan Bikaner and Mary Budden Property Binsar ), since 2017, as a visitor. NOW I WORK HERE!
Disclaimer : whereas I had introduced it on my Instagram and even modified by bio to incorporate my designation and many others., I used to be not completely positive if I’d be capable to address the tempo of the hospitality trade. Now, three and a half months later, I feel I did, certainly, cope.
That is my first weblog submit about Suryagarh as an worker!
I take care of the Visitor Experiences Program and the VIP Program on the resort. As a part of my tasks, I take company round for the resort’s Experiences and Explorations. One among which is the Thar Path. Generally, relying on the company’ necessities, we tailor our experiences.
This Thar Path was halved and a Sundowner at an Oasis was included. Temperatures at Jaisalmer have already been hovering unseasonally since mid-March. We didn’t need our company to bear the brunt of the warmth for too lengthy, therefore the chilled out Sundowner.
Chandra ji, who’s essentially the most skilled individual on the resort on the subject of our Trails, launched us to the historical past of the land and its folks, in addition to a number of the summer time wildlife. Above : Salvadora oleoides is a small bushy evergreen tree present in India and Pakistan and southern Iran. The foundation and stem possess numerous antimicrobial brokers and is historically used as toothbrush in Pakistan and India. Also referred to as kharo jaal / bada peelu.
Above : Euphorbia caducifolia, also called Thhor/danda thor/leafless spurge. It creates a mini protected zone inside its stems the place rodents, small animals and a bunch of vegetation prosper in shade and security.
Above : Capparis decidua, also called Kair/ker/kareel. The flowers and fruit are pickled or cooked as a vegetable dish and the shrub can also be utilized in conventional medicines. It’s a sand binder that stabilises sand dunes.
Beneath : a view of the deserted village of Kuldhara from Khaba Fort.
Above : inside Khaba Fort.
Beneath : Cenotaphs and grave markers.
After a tour of Khaba Fort and Kuldhara, we drove for a bit to search out an oasis with a inexperienced patch, the place we settled for some wine and cheese and watched the sundown.
Disclaimer : All photos of company have been used with prior permission. Our areas should not completely publicly accessible – the group has labored carefully with native villages for upkeep of the native water our bodies and dunes and our explorations are made potential because of the grace and permission of those villages.