Where framed peacocks hold forth
Mor Chowk is one of the most exquisite courtyards of the Mardana Mahal, the palace
for the royal men where exclusive dinners and banquets are held. Mor Chowk is named
after the famous figures of peacocks that adorn the walls of this open-to-sky courtyard.
Accessing Mor Chowk adds to the excitement of guests who have to pass either through
the Badi Chitrashali Chowk or the ‘tunnel’ entry from Manek Chowk.
The Surya Gokhda and the Surya Choupad, two historic landmarks of the City Palace,
open out to the Mor Chowk. Through the centuries, Maharanas of Mewar entertained
their guests at the Mor Chowk; today, it’s an exclusive Regal Dining option for
you and your very special guests. At this exclusive venue, small groups of 20 to
50 guests can seated in the traditional indian style or be served on tables. Live
music can add immeasurably to a sumptuous dinner at Mor Chowk.