Dine Under The Stars At This 5000-YO Mohenjo-Daro Inspired Great Bath In Goa’s Vagator

by Mallika Khurana
Dine Under The Stars At This 5000-YO Mohenjo-Daro Inspired Great Bath In Goa’s Vagator

Would you like to back thousands of years in time and relish in the greatness of ancient days? Well, here’s your chance! The Great Bath by 3102 BCE is an experiential open-air dining venue in Vagator, Goa, that allows you to live this fantasy instead of just imagining it. This exquisite restaurant was modelled after the engineering marvel of the Great Bath of Mohenjo-Daro constructed more than 5000 years ago. Now, it is all set to transport visitors back in time and into the Indus Saraswati civilization. 

But, What Is The Great Bath?

The Great Bath Goa
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The Mohenjo-Daro Great Bath served as both a bathing facility and a representation of the civilisation’s ingenuity and cutting-edge water management methods. It was hidden and forgotten for many years before archaeologists rediscovered it in the early 20th century. It finally brought to light a wealth of knowledge about the daily lives of the inhabitants of this ancient city.

Today, the Great Bath at 3102 BCE has created an experience that embodies the splendour of the oldest civilization in the world. The restaurant pays homage to the ancestors’ culinary prowess by offering a menu as varied as the Indian population itself. Everything in this restaurant is crafted to let you taste Indian culture and history.

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Get On A Culinary Adventure In Goa

The Great Bath at 3102 BCE
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Coming to their unique section called Bharat Ki Rasoi, this menu will take you on an unforgettable culinary adventure. This collection of Thaalis/Platters from all over India serves as a reminder of traditional Indian fare. With dishes like Bengal’s Bhapa Maachh Murshidabadi and Rajasthan’s Marwar Dal Bati and Uttarakhand’s Garhwali Kafuli Pahadi and Rajasthan’s Marwar Dal Bati, you will be in for a treat like no other.

The Indus Saraswati civilisation was renowned for its celebration of cooking, which included a deep appreciation for the use of bold spices like black pepper, cardamom, and cumin, as well as for the freshness of the food that was produced from farm to table. With an emphasis on wholesome ingredients and conventional cooking techniques, they left behind a culinary legacy that still has an impact on contemporary Indian cuisine. By providing a special chance to enjoy the flavours of our extensive culinary heritage, this restaurant in Goa honours the legacy of an ancient civilization.

Are you ready to have a meal while experiencing the magnificence of history?

Where: Vagator, Goa
When: 7 pm – 11 pm
Cost: ₹1,400 (For two)

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