The event offered an immersive experience into the rich culture, craftsmanship, and cuisine of Princely India. More than an exhibition, it provided a window into the grandeur of India’s royal heritage.
In a dazzling display of opulence and heritage, the 14th edition of Royal Fables opened its doors at the prestigious Araya Bagh in the heart of New Delhi. Curate by the visionary Anshu Khanna, founder of Royal Fables, and luxury consultant Charu Singh, the event offered an immersive experience into the rich culture, craftsmanship, and cuisine of Princely India.
The festivities began with a grand gala evening, artfully curate to encapsulate the essence of Princely India.The highlight of the evening was the presentation of Authentic Marwari cuisine by Sarkar Saheb Raghavendra Pratap Singh of Jhalamand under the brand Kitchen of the Kings. This culinary spectacle, deeply rooted in Rajasthan’s traditions, earned praise for its exquisite flavors. Attendees were treated not only to a feast for the eyes but also a feast for the palate.
Set against the backdrop of vintage cars from The Titus Museum, the evening resonated with the diverse flavors of India. Amidst the artistic and culinary wonders, the evening came alive with a captivating performance by Anhad Khanna, Ejaz Hussain, and Kamakshi Khanna, adding a melodic and soulful dimension to the event.
The 14th Edition of Royal Fables served as a platform for the most exquisite creations from palace karkhanas. With over 40 ateliers and artisans, the event unveiled more than 100 unique craft stories, captivating both royalty and attendees alike. Royal Fables became a stage for the convergence of heritage and creativity, offering a rich tapestry of craftsmanship and tradition.
As patrons marveled at the diverse array of Indian art and couture on display, ranging from enchanting pashmina stories to heirloom shawls, contemporary collectibles, and intricate miniatures, they indulged in retail therapy, taking pieces of this extraordinary experience home with them.
More than an exhibition, it provided a window into the grandeur of India’s royal heritage. By bringing together the finest creations from palace karkhanas and contemporary artists, the event not only celebrated the past but also showcased the richness of India’s handmade traditions. It stood as a testament to the enduring legacy of Princely India, captivating the senses of those who appreciate art, culture, and the regal splendor that is an integral part of India’s history.