5 Reasons Why You Must Visit Royal Fables, Mumbai
Royal Fables presents the romantic fairy tale of Indian Royalty before the world. It brings to life facts and fables of their arts and craft, their indulgent life-style, textiles and jewellery. The heritage exposition, now in its 6th year is all set to open for the first time in Mumbai on November 7th, 2014 at Palladium Hotel, Mumbai. The exposition has completed 6 successful seasons and earlier shown in New Delhi, Hyderabad and Thailand before foraying into Mumbai. “The unique exhibition is my little endeavour to provide a platform for art, home accents and handicrafts designed by members of India’s erstwhile royal families and give people a peek into the enchanting world of regal India”, says Anshu Khanna, the Founder of Royal Fables.
Here are 5 Reasons why you must visit this enchanting exhibition.
To see a rich repertoire of exquisite products
Royal Fables Mumbai will showcase a rich array of products of exquisite heritage inspired art, costumes, jewellery, home accents, and handicrafts designed by the blue-blooded heirs of leading royal families.On display are textiles and lifestyle collection from the Palace Atelier led by Princess Diya Kumari of Jaipur and HH Maharani Radhikaraje Gaekwad of Baroda, vintage regalia of a royal wedding by Rani Sandhya Kumari of Khajurgaon, pure gold woven saris by Thakurani Darshana Kumari of Mandawa; hand painted saris by Rajkumari Alkarani Singh of Pratapgarh, exquisite organic cotton ensembles by Kanwarani Kamini Singh of Seohara.
To connect with the artists
There is something inherently beautiful in connecting with the product through the eyes of its maker. Royal Fables gives collectors and connoisseurs a unique opportunity to interact with designers and artists of regal descent, and know the powerful personal tales and histories behind each product.
Get inspired by regal designs
Inspiration is a powerful seed and can lead to something very beautiful. Visit Royal Fables to get inspired by the sheer beauty, luxury and exquisiteness of all things regal, now re-created to fit contemporary lifestyles. A painting, a sari or piece of decorative art may just trigger a great design idea for your dress or home. While collectors and connoisseurs can look forward to a prolific and rich array of products created by designers and artists, the art wall will include landscape photography by art photographer Rajkumar Kartikeya Raje of Sandur; signature miniature art by Princess Vaishnavi Kumari of Kishangarh, automotive art by Rajkumari Vidita Singh of Barwani, art on porcelain by wildlife photographer Princess Krishna Kumari of Panna, and art by Rajkumari Nandini Singh Jhabua.
Rajkumari Nandini Singh Jhabua
A sneak peek at the ‘Palace in the Sky’
We are fascinated by exquisite homes and penthouses that dot this city and would love a sneak peak. At Royal Fables, view the exclusive royal preview of Sky Palais, a palace in the sky by HBS Realtors. The epitome of aspiration!
Hey, it’s Royalty!
We have always been fascinated by tales of Kings, Queens and Princesses. Here is a chance to meet real queens and princesses and maybe hear their stories. Who would want to miss that?!!
7th November’14 at Palladium Hotel, Level 8, Lower Parel, Mumbai
Timing: 11.00 am to 7.30 pm