Cooking Classes

Cooking Classes

Ever wanted to try cooking Indian vegetarian cuisines? Arya Niwas is bringing an opportunity for everyone travelling to Jaipur to enjoy unique and fun learning experience in the kitchen as you literally play with fire, Indian herbs and spices. Our cooking classes are pretty unique for a vacation experience. The classes involve basic home-made vegetarian dishes, including dinner and lunch recipes. The classes can be arranged even on a short notice of 24 hours and we are quite flexible on the timings.

Highlights of the Indian cooking workshop at Jaipur:

  • Learn about the various Indian spices that can be used in Indian dishes, and an infinite number of ways to use them
  • Learn more about basic north Indian cooking, which includes traditional Rajasthani food as well. 
  • Our Instructors are experienced and the cooking style is simple and easy  to follow.
  • Dinner at our restuarant is included in the package
  • The classes generally range for 2-3 hours
  • Hand-on experience of Indian spices 


Priced very nominally at INR 750 per person, this activity could be a fun and also a budget friendly experience.

So try this aromatic activity which could definitely enhance your culinary skills as well as become an amazing tool to surprise and impress your spouse and family.

To know more and enjoy these unique experiences in Jaipur and to know more about the Cooking workshop at Jaipur call us at 0091-141-2372456 and ask for travel desk OR email us at (the travel division of Arya Niwas Hospitality)


About the Artisan

Chitra Bansal

Chitra Bansal

Chitra Ji is the owner and really the soul behind Chitra Café, the popular restaurant at Arya Niwas.

Over the 35 years of its being, Chitra Café has become famous for healthy, nutritious, no frills home like food that is good for you and easy on the pocket! She is passionate about food. She is a store house of recipes.

She holds cooking classes (on request) along with her team in the after-noon at Arya Niwas (Chitra Café).

Indian food is delicious and has a wide range. However it has an unnecessary reputation of being full of too much chillies and oil! This is not really true. Chitra Ji and her team can help you look at North Indian food that is healthy and diverse.