I visited the culture gully of Kingdom of dreams in Gurgaon. Here is a small photo essay on the same:
Replication of the Indian Bazaar which is all about food, shopping, song and dance. In the background are Rajasthan, Delhi and Punjab pavilions.
Replication of the Ajanta paintings on the roof of Chai shop
Huge Buddha painting, look at the size of people to imagine its actual size
These adorn the outer walls
Outside the Nautanki Mahal
Entrance to ShowShaa the, the yet to open open air Auditorium
The huge lotus structure at the entrance of Culture Gully. Do not miss the buds.
Replica of one of the gates of Sanchi Stupa, outside the MP pavillion
My brief view of the place is that it is worth one visit. You will enjoy the grandeur of India. There is wide variety of food but the quality is ok as most food is served in the fast food format. The shopping is not exclusive but is still expensive. The cultural program you would have seen at many places in Delhi, specially at Dilli Haat, most performers perform without any facial expressions, as a job and not as something that they are enjoying doing. Children can have good fun with sand and puppets.
On second thoughts it is an opulent version of Dilli Haat with similar food and shopping, but a grand and colorful setting that comes with price tag.
I would recommend it to visitors of Gurgaon who want to get a glimpse of India in a nut shell and are only interested in seeing the grandeur in a hygienic way.
Looking forward to the Zangoora Show that I am told is very good.