Sarvatobhadra is a traditional belief and empathy endured by the renowned industrialist in Rajasthan, which means auspiciousness in entirety. The industrialist and his family reside at this property located in Kekri, a small town in Ajmer, Rajasthan. Drawing inspiration from the Rajasthani influences and the landscape of Sarvatobhadra’s location, VB Design Studio designed this beautiful structure that holds unconditional grace.
As you enter the Villa, the atmosphere around Sarvatobhadra changes drastically and transports you to a realm of its own as the hues of sunshine fill up the place. As you take a look around the whole place, pastel colours, gold-leaf artwork, Caribbean and Swiss marbles, wooden ceilings and embroidered fabrics fill up the view that makes it seem like a garden suitable for the gods. Extending a warm welcome is a light green Pushpavalli painting nestled against the pastel pink carved arch wall. The chandelier hanging from the ceiling adds a royal touch to the space.
As you walk past the enfolding five arches, embellished with intricate hand carving and floral gold leafing artwork, a beautiful Madhurima painting adorns the wall space majestically. You are instantly encompassed by warmth as you walk on the carpet. The brightly coloured sofas against the pastel-coloured wall created with Asian Paints and a wooden ceiling adds vibrancy to the space with a contemporary touch.
The effervescent colours emanating from the plethora of Vanaspati surrounding the man who appears stately in the artwork is inspired by tradition and radiates positivity in abundance. The granite wall as a backdrop to the art.
With floral, geometric patterns on the false ceiling, an elegant four post cot and the pink Michelangelo marble flooring adds a royal touch. The Kilangi percept adorns the wall behind the bed against the pastel pink walls by Asian Paints like a jewel