Danube Home-Dubai pledges to donate 10% of its profits towards COVID relief in India

Danube Home, a part of Dubai-based multi-billion dollar diversified Danube Group, will donate 10% of its profits from its sales for the month of May for COVID humanitarian aid in India.

Danube Group, a Dubai-based multi-billion dollar diversified business conglomerate, has risen up to contribute towards COVID relief efforts in India. Danube has announced to donate 10% of its group company Danube Home’s Dubai profits from its sales for the month of May which run into crores to mitigate COVID pains in India. The relief initiative will be handled by Danube Home Foundation, through which customers too will be urged to contribute towards this noble cause.

Danube Home will primarily be donating to oxygen provider agencies as well as the NGOs in Mumbai, the city from where the company’s Chairman Mr. Rizwan Sajan hails. To begin with, Danube Home has already decided to donate to three institutions based in Mumbai which include Popular Front of Maharashtra, Rotary India and Kalsekar Hospital. Further, Danube Home is also looking to donate to NGOs across India engaged in COVID relief operations.

Making the announcement, Mr. Adel Sajan, Group Managing Director- Danube Group said, “Given the severity of the devastating pandemic situation in India, it’s our utmost responsibility to make efforts towards helping the needy and the sufferers across India. Since its inception, Danube Group has stood strong with the people of India to make a positive difference in the society. If we look at the nationwide fight against COVID-19, it is very much required for all organizations to come forward in every possible way to ensure that our citizens have seamless access to the healthcare services, oxygen and other necessary requirements which can save precious lives.”

Danube Home – the Home Interior Retail arm of Danube Group – has showrooms in several strategic locations across the UAE. The stores are located in Al Barsha, Fujairah, Jimi Mall, Sharjah, Ras Al Khaimah, Al Ain, and Abu Dhabi. Apart from the UAE, Danube Home has seven showrooms in Oman, one showroom in Bahrain, and one in India. A one-stop retail destination for the complete home with over 50,000 individual products, Danube Home has multiple stores in the UAE, Oman and Bahrain. The company is acknowledged as the UAE’s leading home interior solutions brand and has its largest flagship store located at Sheikh Zayed Road.page1image4985776page1image4985552page2image3003424page2image3004320

Danube Home provides customized solutions across its iconic categories – Living: Sofas, Bedrooms, Chandeliers, Home decorations, Dinner ware, Glassware, Bedding, Fragrances; Sanitary: Shattafs, Mixers, Bathroom accessories, Massage bathtubs, Saunas; Tiles: Outdoor Tiles, Bathroom Tiles, Indoor Tiles and specialized wall tiles, marble, granite etc; Garden & Outdoor- Balcony sets, Rattan furniture, Gazebos, Swings, Kids play range. Furthermore, customized kitchens, electrical and hardware products etc. complete the range at Danube Home.

Danube Home has been revolutionary about their fight with COVID at organizational level where 100% of their employees are now vaccinated and work from the office, in a safe environment. Even when the COVID-19 pandemic has continued across the globe and the companies are facing weakened business sentiments, Danube did not do salary cuts last year. Even it has made sure that all their employees were given back the 30% of their salaries which was deducted earlier during the peak of the pandemic when there was complete disruption in workplace operations amidst widespread economic uncertainty.

एल्डेको बिल्डर की मनमानी से परेशान एल्डेको आमंत्रण के निवासी मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ से लगाएंगे गुहार, करेंगे विरोध प्रदर्शन

कोरोना काल में जब लोग आर्थिक संकट से जूझ रहे हैं और ज्यादातर बिल्डर अपना मेंटेनेंस चार्ज कम करके अपने रेजिडेंट्स का बोझ कम करने की कवायद में जुटे हुए हैं, बिल्डर एल्डेको इन्फ्रास्ट्रक्चर नोएडा सेक्टर-119 स्थित सोसाईटी एल्डेको आमंत्रण में मेंटेनेंस चार्ज बढ़ा रहा है। इतना ही नहीं, एल्डेको बिना काम को पूरा किए हुए ही हैंडोवर देकर पिछले दरवाजे से बाहर निकलने की फिराक में है।

गौरतलब हे कि एल्डेको आमंत्रण के निवासी अपार्टमेंट ओनर्स एसोसिएशन (एओए) के बैनर तले “से नो टू एल्डेको” कैंपेन चला रहे हैं और सैंकड़ों की संख्या में सड़क पर उतर कर बिल्डर के खिलाफ विरोध प्रदर्शन करने की तैयारी में हैं। एल्डेको एओए के अध्यक्ष रौनी दत्ता ने बताया, “कोविड-19 महामारी के इस बुरे वक्त में बिल्डर एल्डेको आमंत्रण का काम अधूरा छोड़ते हुए जबरदस्ती हैंडओवर देकर आर डब्ल्यू ए को सौंपने की धमकी दे रहा है और साथ ही मेंटेनेंस चार्ज बढ़ा रहा है जिससे सोसाइटी के निवासियों में गहरा रोष है। इसी वजह से हम ‘से नो टू एल्डेको’ कैंपेन चला रहे हैं और हमें उम्मीद है कि सोशल मीडिया और विरोध प्रदर्शन के द्वारा हमारी आवाज बुलंद होगी और एल्डेको बिल्डर अपनी मनमानी से वक्त बाज आ जाएगा। हम सभी निवासी एल्डेको बिल्डर से परेशान हो चुके हैं और जरूरत पड़ी तो मुख्यमंत्री श्री योगी आदित्यनाथ से भी हम गुहार लगाएंगे।”

मीडिया से जुड़े हुए एल्डेको आमंत्रण निवासी निखिल सिंघल ने कहा, “मैं एल्डेको आमंत्रण के निवासियों के दुख-तकलीफों से भरी इस आवाज को और मुखर बनाने में पूरा सहयोग करूंगा। महामारी के इस दौर में एल्डेको को रेजिडेंट्स का सहयोग करना चाहिए। उसे यह याद रखना चाहिए कि ये वही लोग हैं जिन्होंने अपना प्यार और भरोसा देकर एल्डेको को इतना बड़ा ब्रांड बनने में मदद की है और आज यही एल्डेको बिल्डर निवासियों के साथ ऐसा सलूक कर रहा है जो निश्चित रूप से निंदनीय है। सोसाईटी के बहुत से लोग आज आंदोलन करने की तैयारी कर रहे हैं और कठिन प्रयासों के बावजूद उनको समझाना मुश्किल हो रहा है। हमारे लिए एक और चिंता का विषय है कि ऐसे में आंदोलन होने पर सोशल डिस्टेंसिंग का पालन कराना भी कठिन हो जाएगा ऐसे में एल्डेको द्वारा लिए गए इस निर्णय को तुरंत प्रभाव से वापस लेना बेहद जरूरी है जिससे इस मामले को जन-आक्रोश में बदलने से रोका जा सके।”

लोगों का कहना है कि एल्डेको बिल्डर वर्षों से कमाई अपनी साख को ताक पर रहकर इस तरह का गैरजिम्मेदाराना रवैया इख्तेयार कर रहा है और कोरोना के इस वक्त में बिल्डर को मेंटेनेंस चार्ज कम करना चाहिए और कोई भी ऐसा कदम नहीं उठाना चाहिए जिससे निवासियों को मिलने वाली मूलभूत सुविधाओं मे कोई रूकावट आए। एल्डेको से त्रस्त ये खौफजदा लोग सड़क पर उतरकर विरोध प्रदर्शन के साथ ही सोशल मीडिया कैंपेन चलाते हुए डिएम, स्थानिय प्रशासन एवं मुख्यमंत्री योगी आदित्यनाथ से  भी इस बाबत शिकायत करेंगे।

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar launches book ‘Hasthyayurveda’

Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur, Chairman and Managing Trustee,
Maharana of Mewar Charitable Foundation, Udaipur released the book titled
‘Hasthyayurveda’ composed by Palkapya Muni transcripted from Sanskrit to Hindi
language by Dr. (Smt.) Madhubala Jain, the profound scholar and Sanskrit Panditya
from Udaipur.


Ayurveda is not only the oldest medical system of the world adopted in Indian society
since centuries, but it is also the science of life. Rishis and Sages have always made
the living welfare work ‘karma’ as a duty towards mankind ‘dharma’ and presented it to
the society. The sages invented the science and knowledge keeping in mind the
interests of environment, vegetation and the entire world with not just limiting to Human
life. In order to eradicate incurable diseases from their roots, Animal Ayurveda texts
were also produced in the same way as Human-Ayurveda. These included
Gavayurveda by Sahadeva, Ashwayurveda by Shalihotra, Hasthyayurveda and Gaja
Shastra composed by Palkapya Muni, a contemporary of King Dasharatha in Tretayuga.

Both of these books of Palkapya Muni are the oldest texts in Hasti-Vigyaan.
Hasthyayurveda is written in both prose and verse form. This entire book is written in a
style of conversation. This book describes the detailed guidelines of the origin of
elephants, the disorders caused in them, causes of disorders, symptoms of disorders,
nature of disease, method of treatment, process of making medicines, age of elephants,
medicine uses based on nature and climate etc. Hasthyayurveda is the physiology of
elephants. There are a total of four sections in this entire book, out of which describes a
total of 160 chapters and 315 diseases occurring in the body of elephants in about 12
thousand verses (Shlokas).


Maharaj Sahib Shri Bagh Singh Ji Karjali organised writing of this manuscript of
Palkapya Rishi titled ‘Hasthyayurveda’ in the Vikram Samwat 1811 (1754 CE). This
book is published by Maharana Mewar Historical Publications Trust, The City Palace,
Udaipur. The Line sketch pictures related to medical and examination of elephants are
also shown in this book.

Architect Gunveer Singh: Designing Environmental Buildings To Stop Climate Change

Evidence based architectural designs could be the basis of India’s efforts to meet its commitment towards climate change.

Over the years we have believed in the notion that the buildings consume 40% of the energy produced, or they are responsible for 65% of the total global emissions across the world. It is important to understand why the impact is significant even though we are driven by the idea of sustainability since the early 2000s.


Moreover, the young architectural professionals need to understand the significant contributions they can make at the micro level (in terms of the built environment) to the 2050 deadline set during the Paris Agreement 2016 Conference of the parties (CoP21) by UNFCCC. Even though Sustainability or Environmental designing is an integrative and iterative process, in recent times the term “sustainability” has been associated mostly with acquiring certification by the developers to attract investors. For this purpose they emphasize on material and fixture optimization rather than occupant centric adaptive architecture, which should proceed from spatial optimization to attuning the built form to the natural rhythms to reduce the energy requirements for building operation.

Architect Gunveer Singh

As architects, it is important to understand the post occupancy behavior of our designs as each architectural design impacts how well the building would operate. A basic analogy can be made with a human body, as any ailment or disruption in body functionality triggers negative or counter responses. In an era, where majority of industries are driven by data, architects and designers could focus on evidence-based design, where indoor and outdoor environmental qualities for occupant comfort are prioritised by quantifying the modern and vernacular techniques.

This could help achieve an environmentally and contextually responsive design, moving away from the ideology to achieve visual cohesion and standardized indoor environment for the built environment and avoiding heavy reliance on mechanical conditioning and artificial lighting, which is a result of the reliance on a comfort model that was articulated in 1950s for understanding the thermal interactions between the surrounding atmosphere and human body, devoid of the location and spatial program, restricting the human comfort to a 240C threshold, neglecting a wide range of thermodynamic exchanges for adaptive comfort, which standards like the IMAC (Indian Model of Adaptive Comfort) focus on. Thus, Environmental Architecture or Enviro[ARCH] should be taken as an architectural challenge which emphasizes on a performance based design which focuses on occupant comfort, thus making artistic aspect scientifically plausible.

Organic way to manage stress

By Mr. Ajay Prakash Mishra “Coach APM”

Does stress impair your immune system or rather enhance it to work better? What actually happens when you feel stressed, do you start working harder or become anxious, sad or depressed? 

Mr. Ajay Prakash Mishra “Coach APM”

Stress really lies at the heart of whether or not our internal experience is matched to our external experience i.e., the events that are happening to us and around us. The ability to control our internal real estate i.e., nervous system that includes the brain and body, also how that nervous system interacts with the outside world determine our response to stress.  

If you understand the evolution of humans on earth, you know that we humans evolved from a stage where the whole focus was on survival, to safeguard from famine then to various other stages.  The system that governs what we call stress is generic not meant to handle one type of situation only. It’s good news as that gives us power to put a break on stress whenever we want. 

To understand the control mechanism for stress we need to first distinguish between stressors which are the things that stress us out and stress which is the psychological and physiological response to stressors. 

For typical workplace related stress, the stressors could be excessive workloads, unclear performance expectations, no control or say on decision-making & lack of peer comradeship etc. If employee doesn’t take steps to mauver through these stressors, he/she ends up feeling stressed. 

The very first step to manage stress is to Track Your Stressors. You need to take a note of talks, person or even physical set-up which create stress for you. Also, note your response corresponding to those stressors i.e., your feeling, thoughts and physical reactions once you face those stressors. Observe your responses closely. 

Create Thoughtful Responses against the stressors is the next step. If you know some of the tactics like not accessing digital channels of communication for a few hours and focus on work only, or going for walk, talking to family on some pleasant topics etc. gives you relief, do that. Or else the best technique is to give a break to yourself and focus on the base of life i.e., breathing.  Get involved in the thoughtful exhale and inhale for a few mins. 

When you get some challenging assignments or you get a tough boss or not so supportive peers, give yourself a pep-talk and Take Ownership. Take ownership of your actions.  Believe in playing your role in life just like the Sun, wind and rain.  They probably don’t expect any response from the receivers, they just do what they have to do. 

These actions will help you to ground better when you feel like life is weighing on you or you are kind of being pulled by the currents of life.  It’s good to remember that life doesn’t judge it simply teaches by consequences. Inaction leads no-where.

Live a thoughtful, peaceful and action-oriented life.  The process of life is the interaction between its outer and inner worlds. Outer world is of people, things and situations. The inner world is of mind, intellect and memory.  Ability to manage stress is dependent upon how beautifully you can find a balance between the outer world and the inner world.  Whenever you feel shattered because of the stress monster, instead of doing your best to keep this monster at bay, invite it for tea and observe it. Track the stressors, create thoughtful responses and take ownership. 

Veteran entrepreneur Dr Sanjay Gupta receives honorary doctorate degree from OIUCM Colombo

Every great idea begins with a dream but if we have within us the strength, the patience, and the passion to reach for the stars to change the world, we can easily accomplish any task at hand. An inspiring figure of success amidst adversities, Dr Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, Ramagya Group has been awarded doctorate degree by the Open International University for complementary medicines – Colombo (OIUCM-Colombo, Sri Lanka) for his exceptional contribution to education sector and his service to the mankind. The degree was bestowed on Dr Sanjay Gupta at a conferment ceremony held at Kualalumpur in Malaysia. 

With the potential to excel and the desire to succeed, Dr Sanjay Gupta has accomplished various feats and won prestigious awards and recognitions from renowned institutes of the country. For his extraordinary contribution to education, he has also been conferred the Asia Pacific Achievers Award by Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Shri Yogi Adityanath.

Accepting the honorary doctorate in the presence of who’s who of the world of education, Dr. Sanjay Gupta, Chairman, Ramagya Group said, “I am honoured to have been awarded this doctorate. I would like to express my great appreciation for this recognition of our efforts towards transforming the country’s education system on international platform. In a way, it has added to my responsibilities of continuing to live by example while taking Ramagya Group of Schools to the next level of excellence.”

Ramagya School affiliated to CBSE & CIE boards is located in the heart of Noida, Sector 50 within a sprawling campus area of more than 3 acres. The school’s enviable scholastic and co-scholastic attainments are attributed to an eclectic mix of faculty having more than 15 years of teaching experience. As part of the management policies, teachers of Ramagya School Noida are regularly attending international and national seminars and conferences thus broadening their horizons of academic excellence both at national as well as international platforms. 

Ramagya School, Noida is one of the trendsetter schools in India due to its contemporary teaching pedagogies which incorporate best practices of Maria Montessori, Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligence, Montessori Learning Corridors, Reflective Corners, Word Wall, Open Doors and the school’s own customised ‘flexi learn technology’ at the secondary and senior secondary level. The curriculum followed at Ramagya boasts of its global lineage with wide-ranging core subjects, students and teachers exchange programme for global exposure and an ideal student-teacher ratio of 25:1. For a greater balance of mind-body-soul, Ramagya School has devised education as a way of life for the students under its roof. Programmes like ‘Know your Brain’ and  ‘Baal Saathee’ help in promoting physical, emotional and psychological wellness of the students and boost their confidence to achieve greater heights. Also, programmes like ‘Geeta Saar’ and ‘Stories of Panchtantra’ help the students by  imparting  wisdom and knowledge of  ancient scriptures in an engaging and interesting way to enhance their life skills and prepare them for leadership roles. The school has also incorporated Transcendental Meditation as a ‘Quiet Time Programme’ for children and teachers which helps in minimizing anxiety, managing stress and also improve brain functioning thus making teaching and learning a simple and enjoyable activity. In sports education, the Ramagyans have special access to Noida’s top sports academy (Ramagya Sports Academy) that offers world-class training in 35+ sports, in association with Indian sports legends like MS Dhoni, Yuvraj Singh, and Bhaichung Bhutia. Ramagya School has also joined hands with globally acclaimed and famed universities and organizations such as UCLA, Cambridge University, British Council and Goethe Institute, Germany, which share the common goal of enhancing student learning. The collaborations have been made with a commitment to enrich educational experiences for the students. For these reasons, Ramagya School, Noida has been voted as one of the top 5 senior secondary schools in Delhi- NCR and is also listed amongst the 30 great Indian Schools. 

Future of Litigation Funding in India

Litigation funding is where a third party provides the financial resources to enable costly litigation or arbitration cases to proceed. The litigant obtains all or part of the financing to cover its legal costs from a private commercial litigation funder, who has no direct interest in the proceedings. In return, if the case is won, the funder receives an agreed share of the proceeds of the claim. If the case is unsuccessful, the funder loses its money, and nothing is owed by the litigant. Litigation Financing is a very old concept and has been permitted in England and Wales since 1960’s. Third-party litigation funding is permitted in India. There is no specific public body that oversees or governs third-party litigation funding. However, the terms of such contract are subject to the Indian Contract Act, 1872. 

Litigation Financing has been a little-known concept for litigants and law firms in India. Some of the world’s top litigation financing firms are planning to open their offices or representative offices in India to tap Indian Market which is full of opportunities. Litigation Financing would safeguard the litigants to lose huge legal costs in big-ticket claims, on the other hand it will give a chance to Litigation Financiers to get higher returns on their investment when decisions come in favour of the party to whom they are backing. These transactions are non-recourse, means there is no recovery would be made if the judgement is not in favour of the litigant.

The corona virus pandemic has hit the economic growth of India and lots of businesses suffered huge losses, causing more legal contractual disputes between the companies in India. Indian companies have only one option to fight the case and pay hefty legal fees to lawyers who are very expensive. Companies are not able to meet the working capital requirement due to payment of hefty legal fees to the lawyers. Number of cases having good merits are going uncontested in India. Last year two notable examples of third-party funding have raised awareness amongst corporate finance advisors to see litigation funding as an alternate means of financing: the monetisation of arbitration award in Hindustan Construction Company and Patel Engineering. Major infrastructure companies in India are struggling with stressed assets and huge pending claims, litigation funding would definitely help them to settle their claims. 

India has more potential in the monetisation of claims than London, Singapore, and Hong Kong. The return on this type of financing is more than 50%-100% in some cases which is considerably better return on any investment done in any conventional corporate finance deals in the Indian Market. 

Indian legal sector is growing very fast for last few years. However, the clients are still very conscious spending money on litigations even having good merits. Litigation Funding would be welcomed by the clients and will have excellent future in India. However, India needs a strong regulatory framework focusing disclosure, qualifications and conduct of litigation funders. 

(The article is authored by Mr Priyanshu Kumar, Managing Director – Head of Legal & Corporate Advisory, MP Morgan Capital)

Let’s Connect aims to create buzzing Coworking Spaces across the country

Revolutionising the way the professionals and the companies work in the new era of technology driven world of business, Let’s Connect, a frontrunner in flexible workspace industry, has emerged as provider of world-class Coworking Office Spaces exclusively for Startups, independent professionals and talented people. Offering premium and exquisitely crafted Coworking spaces, Let’s Connect aims to expand its wings all across the country.

‘Let’s Connect Coworking Spaces in Noida are built for those who aspire to work on their own freedom and have the passion in their work to lead a balanced lifestyle altogether. These Coworking Spaces are flexible, scalable, equipped with latest IT Technologies, and quite affordable for individuals as well as expert teams to have the highest work performance from the first day onwards.  With the future of work changing rapidly, various industries have shifted to agile strategies to optimise their workforce best. Evolving with these changing needs, Let’s Connect has already emerged as a leading provider of coworking space in Noida

Mr. Sagar Narang, Founder, Let’s Connect said, “At Let’s Connect, we take pride in offering wonderfully designed state-of-the-art shared office spaces exclusively where the gen-next entrepreneurs are conveniently being able to give wings to their dreams and aspirations. Here they can create their own workspace model to  fulfil their specific requirements from office work to organising meetings and events. We believe in offering our platform as a place to nurture best minds and provide them with a premium experience for startups to begin their journey in competitive markets. ”

While the Companies and Startups today consider various factors like ease of access, additional costs, reliability, stringent health and sanitations prior to selecting workspaces and offices,  Let’s Connect shared office spaces cater to all these requirements. Even with the availability of beautifully furnished private rooms and Meeting Rooms, Let’s Connect has already gained a distinct competitive edge over its counterparts in offering coworking space in Delhi /NCR.

Now that the Indian economy is showing decisive sings of a V-shaped recovery, the demand for shared as well as Co-working office spaces is growing on fast pace. Such office spaces relieve to operate from a private office space that requires huge investment; hence the emerging entrepreneurs choose Fully Furnished Coworking spaces offered by Let’s Connect for their growth. All through its avant-garde offerings Let’s Connect is all set to create a way of living in cities that is focused on community and convenience. 

Utkarsh Gupta, MD, Ramagya Group Of Schools bags ‘Education Icon-Of-The-Year Award’

In recognition of his contribution to the education sector, Mr Utkarsh Gupta, MD of ‘Ramagya Group Of Schools’ has been conferred with the prestigious ‘Certificate of Excellence Award by Education Times – Education Icon of the Year 2020’. The esteemed award was presented to Mr. Gupta in the presence of the leading lights of the industry, at a well-attended ceremony held at ‘The Chancery Pavilion’ in Bangalore to felicitate all the India’s Top School winners.

The award acknowledges the exemplary work of the education leaders in India. At this prestigious platform, Ramagya School Noida also won India School Merit Awards 2020. Ranked No.1 in India under the Top CBSE Schools for ‘Individual Attention to Students’ category, in a survey conducted by ‘Education Today’. The award was presented to Principal, Ms. Aparna Magee.  Ramagya School Noida has bagged this award out of 2375 schools based on jury-rating, parent’s votes (98,970 votes) as well as analysis by ‘Education Today’ team (Perception based, Survey & Nomination based). 

Accepting the Certificate of Excellence Award with sheer humility, Mr. Utkarsh Gupta, MD, Ramagya Group Of Schools said, “It’s certainly a very proud and humbling experience to receive such an esteemed honour and I dedicate this award to my entire team for extending their unflinching support to me in my journey.  I also take this opportunity to appreciate my team for believing in my vision and performing exceptionally well in achieving our designated goal of bringing a positive change in society through education. ” 

Ramagya School affiliated to CBSE & CIE boards is located in the heart of Noida, Sector – 50 within a sprawling campus area of more than 3 acres. The school’s enviable scholastic, co-scholastic attainments are attributed to an eclectic mix of faculty having more than 15 years of academic teaching experience. As part of the management policies, teachers of Ramagya School Noida are regularly attending international and national seminars and conferences thus broadening their horizons of academic excellence both at national as well as international platforms. 

Ramagya School, Noida is one of the best in the list of schools in Noida, due to its contemporary teaching pedagogies which incorporate best practices of Maria Montessori, Howard Gardner’s multiple intelligence, Montessori Learning Corridors, Reflective Corners, Word Wall, Open doors and the school’s own customised ‘flexi learn technology’ at the secondary and senior secondary level. The curriculum followed at Ramagya boasts of its global lineage with wide-ranging core subjects, students and teachers exchange programme for global exposure and an ideal Student-Teacher ratio of 25:1. Ramagya School, Noida is voted as one of the top 5 Senior Secondary schools in Delhi- NCR and is also listed amongst the 30 great Indian Schools. 

AARAM BAGH, PUSHKAR: NOT A RESORT; BUT A TIME MACHINE TO RELIVE HISTORY

Pachar Group, a trailblazer in developing high end real estate and luxurious hospitality projects, presents a grand luxury to travel connoisseurs seeking a calm peaceful ambience without compromising world class facilities in the lap of nature at its royal property- “Aaram Bagh, Pushkar”. 

The property takes you back 1000 years ago with a quick deep dive into history depicting 5 most  significant civilization of the world. It has 63 rooms based on ancient civilisation viz. 16 Arabian royal suites, 12 Persian royal suites, 12 Egyptian royal suites,12 Greek royal suites and 8 Tribal villas based on rural theme.

Egyptian court portrays the great Pharaoh built the pyramids some 5000 years ago and civilization developed along the banks of River Nile, showing in detail sphinxes, obelisks, Egyptian God and its history. 

Persian court shows the civilisation born in Mesopotamia about 5000 years ago and developed along the banks of River Tigris and Euphrates, being ruled successively by Sumerians, Assyrians, Babylonians and finally followed by Persians.

Greek court depicts in detail the civilization belonging to a period of Greek history from the Greek Dark Ages of the 13th–9th centuries BC to the end of antiquity (c. 600 AD).

Chinese architecture is a style of architecture that has taken shape in East Asia over many centuries. The structural principles of Chinese architecture have remained largely unchanged, the main changes being only the decorative details. Since the Tang Dynasty, Chinese architecture has had a major influence on the architectural styles of Korea, Vietnam, and Japan.

Tribal Courts are best place to experience lives of tribes which are groups of distinct people who remain dependent on their land for their livelihood and are largely self-sufficient. 

This beautiful property takes you back into more than 1000 years ago and gives you an opportunity to relive the history which is just available to read in books. More than 5 civilisations can be experienced at one place and that too without compromising on the facilities and comfort which people expect when enjoying their holidays. What else a travel aficionado can ask for!