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"Horse Safari Program at Dhamli"

The horse for its wind-like swiftness, vitality, agility and strength has over the ages inspired awe in man. Many a story are woven around the age-old relationship of the horse with man, of the chivalrous deeds down by mount and master in the battle field, in hunting hawking and sports or for that matter, the mundane relationship of the hoofed quadruped with man on the plough and the cart.

CHETAK, the famous steed of Maharana Pratap, buried at Haldighati in Rajasthan is still remembered in fold tales for its part in the celebrated battle of Haldighati. There is an interesting Indian legend regarding the origin of the horse that states that the creator of the Universe - Lord Brahma - after creating the Universe was on the lookout to devise something really unique and novel. So he took from the wind its swiftness and lightness and the water's vital force and Himself assumed the form of the Horse.

In Rajasthan, which holds place of pride for horses in stud farms, polo and riding clubs, the Maratha Cavalry extensively used the MARWARI and KATHIAWARI breeds. In saluting this versatile and friendly animal, Fort Dhamli offers your Horse-Safaris in Rajasthan. It is indeed one of the better ways to see this land of the Rajas - steeped in romantic history, chivalry and tales of the valor of its warriors who trusted their mounts.

"Horse Safari Program at Dhamli"