Sneh

About the room

An ancient story of love. A king and a forest maiden being harassed by bees. The king a savior. A maiden beholden. How does this unfold? A story ala drama. Stay to discover.

Elements at the Sneh room

The swords on the Pillow

The swords on the Pillow

He’s in the battlefield fighting a war when he falls in love. His sword stops and his sight finds its way to Shakuntala. The swords symbolize love and not war.

Fish & Ring Painting

Fish & Ring Painting

The story goes with a flow. A fish in the river swallows her wedding ring. When the fish gets cut, the ring is found. The curse is broken, mending their love. A small fish makes a sea of a difference to their story.

The beds

The beds

Here’s the twist. Dushyant and Shakuntala’s fall apart. While she’s lost in her thoughts about him, a sage comes along. He curses her. He who she’s thinking about forgets her. The beds signify their time apart. But they do get back together. Sit down to know more.

Painting

Painting

Let’s paint this picture further. The love story of King Dushyant and Shakuntala’s. Their fall in love at first sight but fall apart in the end. How does it all happen? Go to bed to find out.