Mardana Mahal Rooms - Tijara Fort-Palace

This long room with three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours the painter Sanjay Bhattacharyya.

This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours the articulate painter Gulam Mohammad Sheikh

This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches honours Krishen Khanna a renowned banker-turned-painter.

An ‘L’ shaped room honours the inventive photographer Rohit Chawla who has created many series of work 

This suite at two levels is named after the famous Indian designer Rakesh Thakore, known for the elegant cuts of his clothes.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which will honour Adil Ahmed.

This ‘L’ shaped room with four square spaces linked by wide arches, honours the artist G. R. Iranna.

The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade halls.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Shyam Rawat of Jaipur and Udaipur.

This long room of three square spaces linked by two wide arches and a corridor that leads to an octagonal turret honours the designer Rajesh Pratap Singh.

This spacious suite designed by Surya and Ritu Singh of Jaipur evokes the much-loved mango theme in Indian design – but it contemporizes it.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Atul Dodiya.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter John Bissell.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Paramjit Singh best-known for his mystical landscapes.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours India’s best-known photographer Raghu Rai.

This suite at two levels represents the blue phase of painter Nandan Ghiya of Jaipur.

This suite at two levels honours Vivek Sahni whose eclectic design aesthetic takes him with the same ease to contemporaneity.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter Robert Carsen, an international exhibition and set designer.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the artist Neeraj Goswamy.

The Mardana rooms are built around a spacious garden court ringed on three sides by spectacular arcade halls.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the photographer Bandeep Singh.

This long room of three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Saurabh Vig, who is a textile person involved in revitalising the dyes.

This long, ‘L’ shaped room with one balcony facing the sunset, has three square spaces linked with two wide arches.

Manak Mahal, a long room with three square spaces, linked with two wide arches, honours Manak Chand Luniya of Jodhpur, whose love for antiquities led him to found one of the most creative export houses in India. This whole mahal is created by the Prince Art team.

The Lal Mahal suite is a tribute to Anita and Simran Lal, creators of Good Earth, who helped urban India redefine its own aesthetic with a proud Indian accent.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches, honours the painter Amit Ambalal.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches, honours the painter Ratish Nanda, a conservation architect.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the sculptor Himmat Shah.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches, honours the works of Rajesh Sharma, Anis Niyazi and Pankaj Agrawal.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours the work of painter SH Raza and his student Manish Pushkale.

This long suite with striped floors and three painted domes has been created by artist Mukesh Sharma of Jaipur.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours the works of Rameshwar Broota and Vasundhara Tiwari.

Tucked away in silence this room honours David Housego, once the New Delhi correspondent of the Financial times.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the painter A. Ramachandran.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours the renowned Orissa painter Jagannath Panda.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Kalam Patua.

The Kotwara Mahal suite honours the Renaissance talents of Muzaffar & Meera Ali which range from film and set design to architecture, fashion, and more.

Three square spaces linked with two wide arches lead to an octagonal turret which honours Manish Arora, one of India’s leading men of haute couture.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Nitin Bhayana, among India’s most articulate art collectors who can instinctively tell the gold from the dust.

This long room with three square spaces linked with two wide arches honours Gaurav Gupta, whose fashion detail and feminity marry the best of India and France.