About Shringar Room
A delicate unison of beauty and grace. An art of adornment. A symbol of romance. Immerse in beautification. Come out more beautiful. Celebrate the aura with which a woman attracts a man.
Elements at the Shringar room
A woman’s varied moods. A portrait of self-love. A dialogue on self beautification. A lethal weapon. A law of attraction. A woman’s interaction with the opposite sex.
Placed on opposite walls together the ‘Nathni’ and the ‘Bindi’ are the collective forces of a woman’s shringar. The ‘Nathni’, worn by unmarried women. The bindi worn by married women. The nathni, a force of attraction. The bindi, a vermillion mark of protection.
The facets and perceptions of a woman. A symbol of self-love, an object y of affection. But in it also lies vanity, a source of destruction. The mirror that tells us who’s the fairest of all is in fact unfair.
A lot of beauty. A lot of grace. The Peacock’s feather. A representation of knowledge. Some exquisiteness. Sit down to feel the grandeur.
Rooms on the Rajas Floor