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The Taste With Vir: India's princely tradition works best as a fairytale

In this week’s The Taste, Vir Sanghvi writes, “The selling point of the Rambagh as a luxury hotel is that it gives you a glimpse of what life in princely India must have been like,” continuing, “In every sense that matters, the age of the maharajas is over. Even in the West, they are now seen as anachronisms from a bygone era (like Yugoslav royalty, perhaps) rather than serious glamour figures.”

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In this week’s The Taste, Vir Sanghvi writes, “The selling point of the Rambagh as a luxury hotel is that it gives you a glimpse of what life in princely India must have been like,” continuing, “In every sense that matters, the age of the maharajas is over. Even in the West, they are now seen as anachronisms from a bygone era (like Yugoslav royalty, perhaps) rather than serious glamour figures.”