Since time immemorial, Rajasthan has been synonymous with rich heritage, traditions and colourful festivities. Vibhuti Sachdev outlines the various rituals and practices and how they continue to be an integral part of Jaipur and its people in her coffee-table book Festivals At The Jaipur Court.
An expert in the field of arms and armour, Dr Robert Elgood, the author of Arms and Armour at the Jaipur Court, brings us a taste of royal warfare through photographs and extensive research on a large number of arms on display at the Maharaja Sawai Man Singh II Museum in Jaipur, in his brilliantly-illustrated coffee-table book.
Rajasthan’s authentic culture is fabled across the world offering an endless cuisine of vibrancy, colour and zest that will leave you wanting for more. To celebrate the artists and their unique art forms and to commemorate Rana Kumbha’s contribution to the building of this unique culture, Rajasthan Tourism organizes the Kumbhalgarh Festival every year.
The mighty Kumbhalgarh needs no introduction when it comes to the marvellous architecture and regalia. The history of the fort is as expansive as the walls of the fort( which account to be the second-...
With changing times, the overall perception of marriage might have changed, but for most Marwari families and couples, age-old traditions and revered customs continue to hold sway. With the wedding season going full blast, we have dedicated our cover to the all-important social institution of marriage, outlining the many customs and rituals that typify Marwari weddings.
With all this and more, we bring you our November-December issue of MARWAR.
First-generation entrepreneur Ritesh Agarwal’s feat of turning his start-up into the world’s third-largest network of hotels, accommodation options and managed living and work spaces is truly amazing. What’s more amazing is that the college dropout, who is just 25 now, has achieved all this from scratch and in six years flat! We bring the story of his incredible journey of building OYO Hotels & Homes.