Interior Design is not only about designing a residential or commercial space it’s about converting your dream into reality its about designing comfort and luxury.

You must have heard of someone designing their house or commercial space or hospitality but have you heard of comfort and luxury being designed in a train. A  train journey has always been exhausting for us, but before coming to any conclusion just try the two luxurious trains of India “The Palace on Wheels” and “The Royal Orient” designed by astute interior designer Monica Khanna.

The Palace on Wheels

The Palace on Wheels extravagance train takes you on a sparkling excursion into the illustrious place where there are sand rises and magnificent castles. Casted a ballot as the fourth best extravagance train on the planet, the Palace on Wheels conveys with it an inherent mood that goes entirely well with the lofty appeal and magnificence spread so richly across the Indian territory.

The extravagance train was first presented by the government of India and Indian railroads in the year 1982. After its plan it was named thus, in view of the motivation from the past days of the royals. The Indian railroads in a joint effort with the Rajasthan Tourism Development Corporation acquainted this train with additional inspiration and advanced the travel industry in and around Rajasthan. It has been casted a ballot as the fourth most sumptuous train on the planet in 2010.

The Palace on Wheels train was restored with a new stylistic theme, improved schedule and multi-cooking updates in August 2009, while saving the imperial plushness. This is the ideal occasion vessel that changes explorers through time, yet additionally offers the best chances to find the most extreme sumptuousness and sentiment.

The train has 14 thousand mentors, which is the ideal impression of an illustrious Rajasthani castle. You may feel like a recent ruler while on board this train going in regal quality. Each mentor of the train is named after the royal express that is the plan motivation for the style. The stylistic theme is totally founded on a regal Rajasthani feel.

The names of the 14 coaches are:

  • Alwar
  • Bharatpur
  • Bikaner
  • Bundi
  • Dholpur
  • Dungargarh
  • Jaisalmer
  • Jaipur
  • Jhalawar
  • Jodhpur
  • Kishangarh
  • Kota
  • Sirohi
  • Udaipur

The Palace on Wheels contains 14 impeccably embellished rooms each named after these previously mentioned states. The rooms are completely cooled with every single present day convenience and style propelled from the state which they are named after. Extraordinarily planned furniture with trimmed Rajput plan themes have been made for each room, which contains extensive twin bed convenience. Each mentor has 4 cars featured with the illustrious token of the motivated Rajput state, two of the cars include twofold beds while the other two component regular train beds however with extravagant contacts and a third bed for going with a youngster which is as a crease path at the top level.

There are two luxurious eateries on-board the Palace on Wheels – The Maharaja and The Maharani. In complete imperial lavishness the absolute best Chinese, mainland, India with uncommon spotlight on Rajasthani foods are served by probably the best gourmet experts at these two cafés, in royal style.

The train additionally has a huge sitting parlor, where visitors can associate with different voyagers or read or work. Agreeable chairs finished with the comparative imperial style and incredible lighting make this parlor practically identical to the feeling of regal dance halls of the past period. The parlor additionally houses indoor games, an assortment of books and diaries and other sporting hotspots for the visitors to enjoy.

There is likewise a completely loaded, wonderfully designed bar at the train. Bragging an assortment decision mixers on presumed worldwide and Indian brands, best of wines, spirits also combination of non-cocktails.

Other extra highlights additionally incorporate a satellite telephone that permits visitors to convey anyplace on the planet. A Khitmatgar or also called a chaperon is consistently accessible for each visitor to address every one of their issues, the train keeps up an undeniable degree of VIP safety efforts and serves mineral water to every one of its visitors.

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Written By- Pallab Bose & Surbhi Sharma

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