The representative work of India’s best known photographer and photo journalist – RaghuRai has been commissioned for this Mahal. His work of six decades has literally become the collective memory of India. As a protégé of Henri Cartier-Bresson who nominated young Rai to join Magnum Photos in 1977. This large, white suite with two long gallery walls faces the sunrise. It has two very contemporary bathrooms clubbed together almost as a central sculptural space in glass. It leads from a wide sunny verandah laid out like a palace durrie.
This slender white room with a glass cube double bathroom placed in the middle, is an art gallery space where the sculptural murals of Indore born Siraj Saxena adorn the walls. The painter and ceramic artist has also worked on the arches outside the room which sits at the centre of a verandah laid out with the pattern of a royal durrie. He also works in graphics, textiles, metal and wood. The windows and the balcony of this room face the sunrise. It has a double bed making it ideal for a romantic couple.
The room will be adorned with studio pictures of the best jewels of royal India. It has a double and single bed, and the room offers the convenience of two well-appointed glass cube double washrooms making it an ideal choice for friends travelling together. Gaze upon the majestic views of the countryside and hills from your window.
The terrace of the vast and magnificent Mardana Mahal can be accessed by two stairways and a wide ramp laid out with horizontal bands of coloured stones. There are therapeutic views of the changing pastoral countryside which grows millet, wheat and mustard. Its walls are adorned with rare photographs of dancers, archival posters and antique masks worn by leading exponents of Chhau dance. There is a double bed and a washroom which makes this room an ideal choice for a couple looking for a romantic sojourn.
Furnished with the personal art collection of Sunaina Anand it honours her Art Alive Gallery and has a double bed and a washroom. The window of Sunaina Mahal frames a mesmerizing view of the countryside and hills, offering a romantic escape for couples or a tranquil haven for solo travellers.
The room honours Ashish Khokar, India's leading dance critic and publisher of Attendance. Its walls are adorned with rare photographs of dancers, archival posters and antique masks worn by leading exponents of Chhau dance. These are all part of the famed Mohan Khokar collection presented by his son Ashish.
This spacious room honours the eye of Rohit Gandhi and Rahul Khanna who conceived Palette Art Gallery in 2001 to show the best cutting edge talent. It includes a double bed, a private washroom, and a terrace that frames a picturesque view of the sunrise over the Aravalli hills.
The terrace of the vast and magnificent Mardana Mahal can be accessed by two stairways and a wide ramp laid out with horizontal bands of coloured stones. There are therapeutic views of the changing pastoral countryside which grows millet, wheat and mustard. The entrance of the suite has a long verandah laid out in the pattern of a durrie. This family-friendly room features a comfortable double-bed placed at the centre of an octagonal space within a domed turret. This will showcase the spectacular work of a photographer who has specialized in panoramic format. A single bed and an ‘L’ - shaped washroom lend a very different charm.