TV “Royal Reservation - Project Living” shows you how royalty perceives luxury.

Ever wondered how the maharajas entertained hundreds, or who fashioned the wardrobes of India’s royalty, or perhaps what it takes to replicate the resplendence of palaces in one’s own humble abode? If you’re seeking answers, NDTV Good Times’ newest show, ‘Royal Reservation - Project Living’ will teach you all you need to know about living life king size!

Host of the show Amrita Gandhi, (she incidentally is also Mahatma Gandhi’s great-granddaughter) who has met enough royalty over the years through the series will share her journey and shed light on how “royalty perceives luxury”. In a telephonic interaction, Amrita says of the show: “‘Royal Reservation - Project Living’ creates contemporary spaces inspired by the kings and queens of style. It is a 360-degree lifestyle show with a very strong emphasis on culture, heritage, home, design and personal style.”

Of the belief that the series is one that would attract men and women alike, Amrita points out: “The whole idea was to tap into the incredible knowledge base and finer points of living. It’s not really about the opulence or the excesses. It’s more about a lasting legacy.”

Starring in this show are members of different royal households such as Raghavendra Rathore, the Begum of Pataudi, Princess Esra Jah of Hyderabad, the Princess of Rampur, Princesses of Kishangarh and Ajaygarh and even Bollywood superstar Nawab Saif Ali Khan.

‘Royal Reservation-Project Living’ airs every Saturday at 9 p.m. on NDTV Good Times.

NEETI SARKAR