Celebrate craft, cusine and culture of princely India
Royal Fables, India’s only authentic platform for regal, royal India is hosting a three-day exposition to celebrate craft, cuisine, and culture of Princely India. The three days exposition in Vadodara will witness princely states of India showing their local crafts and the ways they have taken to revive it.
Royal Fables comes to Vadodara for the first time and the exhibition cum sale will witness the local arts of princely states of India. “It’s a ten years old platform where we promote the princely India. Less people know that the Royal families have their own place factory where they brought the local art. We are reviving the culture and Royal Fables is the platform to encourage the Craftsmen,” said Anshu Khanna, founder Royal Fables.
On 3rd October a couture show will be held at the Darbar Hall of the palace where Royal Fables presents intricately embroidered ensembles by Mehraab and destination jewellery by Sujhal.
On 4th October Inaugration of Royal Fables will be by Rajmata Subhanginiraje Gaekwad of Baroda. The morning will witness the launch of Saugat, a luxury gifting boutique founded by Renuka and Sanjay Aggarwal, scions of the legendary Bikanervala family.
On 5th October the finale event in the evening will be held in association with Limelight Diamonds. A panel discussion on jewellery chaired by Preeta Agarwal and held with Pooja Sheth, Founder Limelight Diamonds, Maharani Radhikaraje Gaekwad and Annou Singhvi will look at the world of jewels, old and new.