Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay
Chhotaram Prajapat’s Homestay

A rural homestay in Salawas near Jodhpur

Twenty kilometers away from Jodhpur in the hamlet of Salawas, Chhotaram Prajapat’s homestay tries to help travellers experience life in rural Rajasthan. Accommodation is in attractive mud huts, embellished only with bright curtains and lovely handwoven dhurries. The food is appetising village fare. Trying your hand at the loom is encouraged. Camel and jeep safaris are arranged happily. And smiles and welcomes are aplenty.

Price: Rs 3,000 per hut per night for two people

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Chhotaram’s family, members of the Prajapati weaving community and based in Salawas village outside Jodhpur, specialised in dhurries. But fed up of being exploited by middlemen, his father, Pukhraj, set up a weavers’ cooperative. And Chhotaram carried forward the pioneering spirit: the craftsperson turned entrepreneur and set up a homestay on his father’s large landholding.