Distinctive are vintage lifestyle as well as it holds the place of self-esteem for the royals in India. Centuries have passed by, but the palaces that carry the pride for the country, the ornamentation of the interiors including the artworks, paintings on the walls and ceilings along with the architecture each maintains its unique potential.
Few of the palaces in India that showcases the sophistication of vintage properties are as follows:
Lake Palace in Udaipur
Luxury can be presumed from the view of the large palace that exists within the lake from the king of Mewar, Rajasthan. The beautiful pond filled with the lotus floating with the greens at the front-yard, the interiors with beautiful artistry of craftsmen. It is one of the most popular Indian prestigious homes of the King.
Fernhills Royal Palace
Heritage of the world from the Fernhills Royal Palace in Ooty, which was built in 1844 by the Maharaja of Mysore. Surrounded by the scenic beauty of the tea garden with stunning beautification of the interiors with vintage pieces of lights on the curved ceiling and other items are the specialty of the Royal Palace.
The heritage place from the northeast, Tripura, India so-called the Ujjayanta Palace. Constructed during the dynasty of Maharaja Radha Kishore; the beauty of the palace that has the expensive definition of art, culture, and lifestyle. The unique items of artifacts and sculptures are now one of the valuable preservations by the Government of Tripura.
A vintage lifestyle that has always shown seamless aristocracy is also in the Prag Mahal, located in Bhuj, Gujarat. The fine Gothic designs on the construction of the palace have increased the worth of the luxurious property. The 45 feet high, tower with the clock is iconic; standing at the height the whole Bhuj city can be visible at one glance.
Another Royal Property in Leh is the Leh Palace, which was built in the 19th century. The amazing beauty of the palace, the height of approx 90 ft that is present in between the mountains of the Himalayas. The artworks of the Tibet culture, lifestyle indicates about the old times, prestigious and lucrative with the expensive depiction of gems and stones.
Umaid Bhawan Palace
The palace consists of 387 rooms, which is considered the world’s largest personal residence. The Umaid Bhawan palace is named after Maharaja Umaid Singh that started in 1929, in Jodhpur. The vintage decoration is still breathtaking with the teal woods and the Makrana marble is used in construction.
Mewar dynasty from the place desert who had built the City Palace about 400 years ago. External parts of the Palace that describe the architectural style. Apart from it the wonderful wooden work as well the colorful stone and glass work has a beautiful influence on the vintage lifestyle.
Hundreds of years may have passed away but the wondrous affection of the old beauties in arts and culture has been increasing its value. Being the most lucrative, distinctive to expensive are observed in these places of India.