A prayer that Inzia learnt at school, framed- welcomes you into the home.
A turtle & two families :)
Layered curtains, colourful floor cushions & a harmonium. Zaheer's girls, Inzia & Zai are training in Hindustani classical music.
Anybody who has lived and worked in Bombay will recognise that dabba. Only its not the famed lunch carrier but a clever lamp from 'Loose ends'. Music & poster art on coasters.
The madness that was confined to neatly framed paintings breaks loose here. The childrens' bedroom is a riot of colours, toys, hoola hoops. one wall is a softboard and....
The Jute kite is actually a lamp shade that throws interesting patterns across the walls.
Toys R Us
Art in the bedroom.
“A child who does not play is not a child, but the man who doesn't play has lost forever the child who lived in him and who he will miss terribly.” Pablo Neruda.
Zaheer Mirza is a Pablo Neruda fan.