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Bekal beckons with The fabulous Grand Trunk Show.

After triumphant showings in  Hyderabad, Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai and Bengaluru, The Grand Trunk Show now reaches The Taj Bekal in Kerala.

An exclusive association between The Great Eastern Home and The Taj Khazana, The Grand Trunk Show has gained a unique following. Featured extensively in the media, the show’s ‘next showing’ has been eagerly awaited for some time now.

WIth the show in Bekal but a week away, this latest edition of The Grand Trunk Show is all it has been… a signature collection comprising of fine furniture, antiques and artifacts among other articles that are highly valued by collectors today.

Please download your personal  invitation to The Grand Trunk Show here and come visit. The Taj Bekal is a spectacular property, a unique setting for The Grand Trunk Show, and it all promises to fuse into one unforgettable occasion.



Sculpture of ‘Natraja’

A sculpture aims to invoke a lot more than just appreciation for its shape. It is one of the most difficult forms of expressive art and India holds an elaborate history of possessing pieces from various times, places and styles. Apart from these elements, each sculpture has its own distinct persona and most importantly, the artist’s own form of expression! The Great Eastern Home displays exclusive pieces of art and artifacts that are centuries old. The sculpture pictured here is of the Hindu god Shiva in the form of Natraja. Natraja in Sanskrit means ‘the King of dance’. It is an 18th century sculpture in wood from Rajasthan. You will find this piece arranged among the other sculptures at The Great Eastern Home. You can also see other pieces from our collection at

The Great Eastern Home- Natraja

Ramji Dongre

Viewing Ramji Dongre’s art transports one to a world of stories and ballads with the compelling force of its colours and imagery. Hailing from a small village, Ramji’s work is steeped in all that is mystical, mysterious and supernatural; a throwback to our myths, while they also create new ones.

A reflection , not only of the world of dreams, but also of rural craft traditions. Ramji believes that the canvas is like an open sky, waiting to capture all things, living and non-living, without any fear of boundaries. His artworks consist of a single main subject juxtaposed with smaller, supporting elements, creating vivid contrasts. Using saturated backgrounds to dramatically set-off unusual tonal values, Ramji rivets his audience’s eyes to his creations. Every time that happens, he succeeds in pulling off the magic illusion.

Ramji Dongre

Vipin Singh Rajput

Vipin Singh Rajput’s art is a quest for answers to the perceptions and conflicts of the conscious and the unconscious mind. It is like stepping into the innermost recesses of the mind and losing oneself in surreal landscapes and morphed forms.

The deep tonal backdrops focus the eyes on the abstractions portraying dream images that convey hope as depicted in ‘Birth’ or grief, as seen in ‘Vilap’. His works with concentric circles, bindus and lines, allude to an almost otherworldly calm. Some images create aesthetic experiences that imply spaces beyond borders, while others make the most of spaces within, even while creating tension and curiosity. The organic outlines of creatures that are part-human and part-animal are a symbolic commentary on conflicting passions and ideals.

Vipin Singh Rajput