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Kripanidhi Retreat Rajgir

A 50 room Luxury Hotel with a stunning view of Vaibhargiri mountains
Managed by Sinclairs Hotels Group

This is a CSR initiative and the entire earnings from the venture will be donated to Veerayatan, an internationally acclaimed NGO, towards education and health care of the underprivileged persons in the region.

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Accommodation

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Premier Rooms

These well appointed air-conditioned luxury rooms facing the Vaibhargiri mountain range offer a relaxed stay for families.

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Premier Suites

The spacious suites having a bedroom and a living room. The bed room has two king size beds and can accommodate a family of four.

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Conferences & Banquets

Lawns and airconditioned rooms available for meetings. Ideal for conferences, seminars, pravachan, and social/eligious functions.

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Facilities

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24 Hour Front Desk

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Multicuisine vegetarian restaurant with an open deck

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Two large lawns – Sundaram and Shivam

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Conference Room - Satyam

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Banquet Hall - Pragyalayam

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Indoor Games and Kids Play area

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Doctor By Appointment

Laundry

Laundry

Inhouse Generator

Inhouse Generator

Car parking

Car Parking

Drivers Accommodation

Driver's Accommodation

Free WiFi

Free Wi Fi in the Reception

Sightseeing Tours

Sightseeing Tours

Luggage Storage

Left Luggage facility

Transfers

Transfers to Station/Airport

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The Trusts

Veerayatan, which stands on the three pillars of Seva (service to humanity), Shiksha (education for all), and Sadhana (self-development) to inspire and empower lives, was formed to unanimously serve all socio-economic-religious classes. Run by the totally dedicated Acharya Shri Chandanaji, it has been inspired by the teachings of Tirthankar Mahavir and Rashtrasant Amar Muniji Maharaj.

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Haparo Foundation was formed by the brothers Dr. Niren Suchanti and Navin Suchanti of Pressman and Sinclairs, who had a dream to build something permanent and of social relevance to perpetuate the memory of their parents, the late Harsha Chand Suchanti and the late Padmabati Suchanti and Dr. Suchanti's son Rohan who passed away at the young age of 34.

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