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Influences

Lockdown Reading

On the evening before the second lockdown in Delhi I bought Forgotten Masters, Indian Painting for the East India Company for some easy lockdown reading. The book features the work of Indian artists who were...

Colour in the Thar

  A humble bastion of history, almost victorious in its sparse, dry lands—Shekawati inspires modesty within the realm of its sublime architecture. Each place in India, especially smaller, historic towns, has its own energy throbbing through...

Stillness

The mountains give solace, to nurture the imagination and to explore stillness—everything that is overwhelmed by urban living. In the quietude of cemeteries, churches and gardens—bookmarks of the Raj in India, often one is able to...

natural, interior design, india, vernacular, haveli, shivani dogra, blue walls

Samode Haveli

  On a  recent trip to Jaipur, I made stops at the Rambagh Palace, Sujan Ram Mahal, Bar Palladio, Cafe Palladio and  Samode Palace--each beautiful in their own way, but the one that stood out for...

Not Just A Summer Home

  Kilmarnock is not just a summer home. It’s a home that’s  been loved and lived in for decades through Himalayan summers, springs and winters by Shivranjani Singh, a CAM practitioner  and her family, descendants of...

elegant, interior design, india, Rajasthan, lime plaster, Vernacular, Rohida wood, Narain Niwas Palace, Jhunjhunu

Room 01

Jhunjhunu district of Rajasthan lies a bastion of heritage and handiwork—the Narain Niwas Palace. The owners, living simply, continue to reside in the sandstone fort--once a beacon of royal tradition and arts, it now ages...