PRIVATE EVENTS

SHADOW ROOM

Designed to be of elegance is a understatement. The lattice pattern at the end of the room is meant to be echoed and magnified on the walls by the beautiful play of shadows cast through the henna esque design coming from the chandeliers.

SHEESH MAHAL

Inspired by the palaces of India. Almost every palace had its own Sheesh Mahal or, palace of mirrors. This room was used mainly for entertainment, and especially for viewing dances. The dancer being reflected through the thousands of mirrors creates a mesmerizing vision.

PATIO

The focal point of the patio is the daybeds. In ancient India beds like these were a place where four people could sit back and chat and were used for midday naps. When the British came they introduced the concept of sofas and chairs. Sitting upright became common rather than lounging.

BAR DIWAN

In a lot of Mughal societies the Diwan was known as the guest house found in homes of influential people in high society. This is where they entertained their guests and discussed affairs of the state. It was common place to have elaborate meals and exquisite drinks here.

MAIN DIWAN

In a lot of Mughal societies the Diwan was known as the guest house found in homes of influential people in high society. This is where they entertained their guests and discussed affairs of the state. It was common place to have elaborate meals and exquisite drinks here.

TRAVELERS TABLE

This space has two main highlights: Dhokra wall and our Musaafer statue. The Dhokra wall is an interesting feature designed to highlight Dokhra,the art of making metal figurines with complimenting Indian fabrics and lattice work. Additional artwork like the beautiful handcrafted statue made in India is a rendering of the traveling man; whose stories, travels, experiences and recipes form the heart and soul of this beautiful dining experience at Mussafer.

AANGAN

A traditional concept of ancient Indian central areas of the homes and palaces; Always kept light and open. The theory of this lies within the ancient Indian science of Architecture,‘Vastu’. Where the center of the house allows for free flow of positive energy. Aangans were used for gatherings or celebration. Ours is inspired by palaces where the Aangan is enclosed by a beautiful archway.

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