Finding Refuge, Junha Mahal, Dungarpur

2013, Printed later
Archival Pigment Photograph

Signed, titled, dated and numbered from edition of 5 on certificate of authenticity.

Junha Mahal, located in Dungarpur, Rajasthan, is a historic palace known for its distinctive architecture and cultural significance. Built during the reign of Maharawal Punjrajji in the early 20th century, Junha Mahal reflects a blend of Rajput and Mughal architectural styles. The palace is renowned for its intricate stone carvings, jharokhas (overhanging enclosed balconies), and ornate balconies that overlook the scenic surroundings of Dungarpur. Inside, Junha Mahal features grand halls adorned with traditional Rajasthani frescoes, intricate mirror work, and elaborately carved ceilings, showcasing the craftsmanship and artistic prowess of the local artisans. As a symbol of Dungarpur’s royal heritage, Junha Mahal continues to attract visitors interested in exploring Rajasthan’s architectural splendor and historical legacy.