A Royal Exposition in Lucknow
Royal fables, a legacy stage advancing grand regal, royal India in the entirety of its brilliance for as far back as 10 years, was set to uncover its first exposition in Lucknow in a relationship with Aisshpra Jewelry Boutique by Umang Agarwal, at Habibullah Estate Lucknow on March 1st and 2nd.
The exposition introduced workmanship, materials, style and craftsmanship objects made in driving royal residences studios across the country and handpicked accumulations by driving architects and labels that keep the rich Indian high-quality conventions alive. “This is our milestone year and we are attempting to take the glorious inheritance to urban areas and towns which are possessed by extravagance searchers and heritage lovers. Royal Fables is envisaged as that one stage where we feature the aura of royal India as reproduced by youthful scions of royal families.” Shares Anshu Khanna founder of Royal Fables.
The work opened with a formal dispatch and curated stroll through the show. Later in the evening, a panel discussion on ‘Lakhnavis: The textural story of textiles nurture by the Nawabs’ was held. The panel includes Madhu Jain, Rajkumari Alka, Rani Singh of Pratapgarh, Rajkumari Veena Singh of Padrauna and Asma Hussain. The session will be followed by a talk on Akhtari by Rajkumar Yatinder Mishra of Ayodhya, Malini Awasthis, Nawab Kazim Ali Khan Rampur and Moderated by Saif Mahmood
The list of royal members is prolific and incorporates royal families from the country over including HH Maharani Radhika Raje Gaekwad of Baroda, Yuvrani Meenal Singh Deo of Dhenkanal, Rajkumari Alka Rani Singh Pratapgarh, Kanwarani Kamini Singh Seohara, among others.
The list of royal patrons’ part of the delegation incorporates Voila! by Roma Bhalla, Devasya-Shobna, Royal Banaras by Reshma Punj, Jayshree Kanwat, Pallavi N Singh, Madhu Jain, Rusheen Oudh Arome, Mubarak by Neelu Raabel, among others.