Rainy days in Delhi takes me back to memories,reminiscense of rainy days enjoyed . It was a rainy day at Piramal Haveli.Piramal Haveli is situated in Bagar,enroute Shekhawati.Piramal Haveli is a Neemrana non hotel Hotel. Neemranification as their site says has now come to symbolise a new blend of restoration,rebuilding and revitalization of ruined architectural wonders.

To find simplicity and style you must visit Neemrana..its an authentic Indian Experience.
Aman Nath and Francis Wacziarg are the founder members of Neemrana.. read more about them here

The blockprints,the antique and  wooden feel,the blues of Piramal Haveli,the long corridors,the long windows,the old and haunting feel of the haveli..that still remembers its past..it was beauty with no bounds..We were there for a  quick lunch..This was the first Neemrana we visited and many more Neemrana's to come.

the Piramal gate and hence the name Piramal Haveli

rain clouds above

beautiful wide view

loved the wide angle 
the moody and the rainy day

flowers strewn all over in rain
blockprints and chairs dressed,loved the prints on them
loved the corridors,white washed

blushing and eyepopping

all wet,bougainvilleas cascading
yellow bars and old tiles stuck on walls

old tiles ..a ganapati ji 

loved the choice of textiles

yellows and pinks happily intermingled

long windows and views and the greenery

seating arrangement

beautiful choice of furniture,my type

loved all this

beautiful colours..blues,greens ...a rainy day

courtyards,the fresh smell of rains

the blue lanterns hung

the details in the doors

loved the feel of so many hanging lanterns

the beautiful view...

loved all the details

loved this blue...clouds blue

 As we were about to leave it started raining .

All Images Lakshmi Arvind
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