Cooking Class is one of the best method to learn about a Home, a community and its culture.

You can try your hand cooking with your hostesses in their homes. The host will provide you with all the necessary ingredients, using the house kitchen, the host will teach you some of the food items commonly eaten in the community.


Tharu people have their own dishes like Bagiya, Dhikri that is made of rice flour and formed into different shapes –stick-like or in the shapes of birds, fish and animals. Cooked over steam, it is eaten with chutney or curry. Ghonghi is an edible snail collected in nearby water bodies. They are left overnight so that all the gooey stuff inside comes out and the tail end is cut so it is easier to suck the meat out from the shell. They are boiled and then cooked with spices like coriander, chilies, garlic and onions.

How's it done?

Once your comfortable with the host and the general surrounding, environment and the community, we take a step up with the Cooking. The host will tell you what you can be made, take you to the local market for shopping ingredients. After getting those you'll come back to House, set up. The host will explain you the methods and how to cook.

Once its ready, enjoy the food with the Host and the family.

$8 per guest
What's Included
  • Ingredients
  • Utensils
  • Kitchen
What To Bring
  • None

Tharu Cooking Class, Barauli in pictures

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Cancellation Policy

Full refund will be issued if cancellation is within 48 hours of arrival. 50% will be charged if canceled within 48hours and 100% will be charged for no show.

Is this for you?

Home made food lovers and all.

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Tharu Cooking Class, Barauli