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Royal Rables Season 7
Royal Rables Season 7

Royal Rables Season 7

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Royal Fables


N/A - Year: 2015 - Pages: 121



A Compilation
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Author: A Compilation
Foreword/Introduction: Arvind Singh of Mewar
Publisher: Royal Fables
Year: 2015
Language: English
Pages: 121
ISBN/UPC (if available): N/A



My heartiest congratulations to Royal Fables for successfully initiating its Season 7 and showcasing their richly-designed exhibitions in New Delhi.

We are an ancient land where 'time' is often not measured in years but generations and eras. I am happy to note that Royal Fables has, over a short span of time, demonstrated its creative abilities to capture the essence of India's past and present through the life, times and collections of former Royal Families, their extended clans and social networks.

There is no doubt that the efforts of Ms Anshu Khanna, the Patrons and teams of Royal Fables are commendable and praise-worthy. In the years ahead, they will have to cover considerable ground. In my travels across different countries, I see the world of luxury heritage is changing. The benchmarks are shifting and rising higher. This is where Royal Fables will have to shoulder the responsibility to elevate India's luxury heritage offerings. I wish them all success and more power to sustain their creativity.

Like India. Royal Fables faces a future full of new challenges and momentous events; it must delve deeper and wider into the pages of our rich history. It must become meaningfully involved and associated with the living heritage and spirit of globalizing India.

No one should look to evoking the feudal past in today's time and age. What needs invoking is an appreciation of our living heritage. If we do not subscribe to this perspective, we would be losing our identity as Indians and become mere robotic clones of other cultures and civilizations. In my opinion no one in our country would wish that to happen.

Endeavours, like Royal Fables, are injecting more dignity in heritage and, at the same time, enriching our societal fabric by associating and involving like-minded people. It is a fine example of living heritage bestowing a distinct identity to those who cherish its values and principles and celebrate its authenticity every day.




Champaner: Karan Grover discovers a lost heritage

A window opens. A door beckons: Sebastian Cortes, a photo essay

The golden sparrow: Vandana Bhandari on precious textiles

Vintage wheels: Diljeet Titus on his role as the collector of rare vehicles

Deccan Dressing: H.H. Radhika Raje Gaekwad traces the Maratha costume trail

Vintage Plumes: Heritage fashion from leading Palace Atelier

A dazzling tale retold by Rishabh Tongya, Diacolor

Bespoke invitations: The design maestro and his works

The passage to India: Jean Francois Lesage traces his roots

A fairy tale relived: Royal Fables' imprints thus

A royal affair by Amrish Perslrad

Imperial Art: Seema Bhalla on thy Royal Patiala art heritage

The Chrysalis: Chandelier restorer Regis Mathieu

Royal Punjab Polo: Maninder Singh brings back the legacy

Dine like the Gods: The Selected way

The scion speaks: Varun Chaudhary wears his mantle with elan

The philanthropists: Princess Diya Kumari Foundation and Hospital Guide

Navarasas: Art by the royals

Soulful melodies: Akshat Kapoot, the shishya pays an ode

The royal kitchens of Nepal: Three inheritors of this legacy talk

Royal by design: Inspired by the Imperial era

Long Live the King: Mohit Kapoor coins the old world

From India with Love: Umang Hutheesing's regal robes

Dazzling Wonders: By the Totuka scions from Jaipur

Onwards & upwards: Knight Frank's report on wealth management

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