Today, Royal Fables in association with Knight Frank will woo heritage lovers at Taj Lands End. Costume collector and re-creator Umang Hutheesing was there at The Art Lounge at Lodha Towers to preview ‘The Magnificent Maharajah’ that celebrated his many sojourns to various museums overseas. What you witnessed was the splendour of royal Indian costumes. Also on display was wildlife art on porcelain by Princess Krishna Kumari of Panna, vintage rare Maratha coins by avid collector Mohit Kapoor and a showcase of exquisite handcrafted jewellery by P C Totuka of Jaipur. Models showcased luxurious fabrics produced for the courts of the Indian maharajas and delicately embroidered by master craftsmen. Revived were the embellishments, cuts and garment designs that distinguish the grace and grandeur of India’s majestic textile traditions from the rest of the world. Royal Fables founder Anshu Khanna and Sadhana Baijal, managing partner- Mumbai, Royal Fables were there.