The name Mahua Kothi draws its inspiration from one of India's most beautiful trees, the Madhuca Indica or as it is commonly known the Mahua or butter tree. Pronounced ma-hoo-a, this tree and its fleshy off-white flowers plays a central role in the regional festivals. Camp facilities include a dinning room, bar, child-minding services, laundry service, pick-ups and transfers from and to railway stations and airports, doctor-on-call, in-room safe, intercoms for emergencies, and radios in all safari vehicles, lit pathways leading to all rooms, a security escort for each guest, naturalists trained in animal behavior, guest areas for rest and relaxation, library, safari shop, swimming pool, and spa facilities with treatments based on millennia-old Indian healing and massage techniques using all-natural ingredients. All twelve charming suites, or Kutiyas (jungle village huts), are newly built in the 40 acre grounds of Churhat Kothi. All are equipped with air conditioning, ceiling fans, mosquito protection, en suite private bath, and indoor showers.