New photos of MKD thanks to Anas Ali

Village life at Mala Ki Dhani. You might just find a goat around the corner!

We were lucky to be visited again last month by our dear friend Anas Ali from Delhi.

Anas, who is a school teacher in Kurukshetra, is also a fantastically talented photographer and visited MKD in February on a photographic assignment.

Anas Ali will always be a great friend of ours at MKD
Staying in these huts is fun! Every hut has a wonderful view of the surrounding lands and Rocky Mountain

Here we are having fun in our newly furnished huts. Guests at Mala Ki Dhani can expect great views from all the huts - especially the round hut!

Inside a Private Hut prepared for a group of 3 people.

Inside a hut set for 3 guests. This is how we like to welcome our guests at Mala Ki Dhani!

Inside the Round Hut with the best mountain and temple views

The round hut awaiting the arrival of 2 guests. This hut has the best views of Malan Bai temple and our Rocky Mountain.

Late afternoon sunset at Mala Ki Dhani. When night falls, the sky reveals the endless stars above

Ready for guests, the round hut prepared for two people. You can fit up to 4 beds in each hut at MKD

The huts and the view at MKD

The huts at Mala Ki Dhani and view of Rocky Mountain and Malan Bai temple in background. Time slows down out here and it's easy to get lost in the hot, expansive landscape of the Thar Desert.

Looking towards the huts and Rocky Mountain at Mala Ki Dhani

Hut with fantastic mountain views. Can sleep 4 people and probably many more goats!

There's always a few goats roaming around Mala Ki Dhani and even more in the nearby villages!

Peeking through the front door!

Inside the round hut in b&w
Taking a daytime snooze in the shady common area at MKD
Minor repairs to the huts... making the doorways easy-access for people big & small
Friendly faces greeting you at your front door. Rocky Mountain view in background

A visit from Banu Bhati, the first son of Om Bhati, guest house manager at Mala Ki Dhani. Banu is the future Raja Registhani!