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To celebrate our association of 31 years, I along with my son and husband went to Rajwadu.

The artificial ambience created with low lighting and some entertainment activities were sickening.

Some rajasthani folk singers, dancers, magician , a puppet show and a potter were available. Face reader or hand reader was missing, though a board was announcing his presence. We came to know that face and hand readers come on weekends.
The  Rajasthani dancers and singers could not create any interesting entertainment. The folk songs were neither melodiuos nor the beats were catchy. Dancers were very routine and nothing worth any entertainment. They need to re-invent themselves.  

Puppet show was without any story or musical. Just a drab show. 

Potter refused to let me try my hands on the wheel. Disgusting.

The magic show was only relief. Magician was deft in his art and a great story teller.

Food was okay, nothing great. It was like any other gujarati thali fare. Before, one could taste the food, mosquitoes tasted the blood. Within seconds, one can feel, mosquitoes are having a party at your expense!

The mosquitoes in the greenery were a great menace. The boys serving the food were very prompt and soft spoken. Full points to them.

My expectation from 
Rajvadu Management:

1. Improvement in the overall experience of customer.
2. Better lighting.
3. Improve the folk artists performance and train them to behave better with customers.
4. No gestures for tips after the performance as a customer pays double the amount of similar meal for the whole experience. Though, generally people pay.
5. Last but not the least, as a customer, I wanted some really wow experience. Please Reinvent.