Better Interiors|March 2020
A large part of the project is the greenery and nature’s bounty which surrounded it, replete with a mountain and a river which run close-by. It also has the nurturing ways of the landscape architect — Neelam Sagar — in the family to credit for the greenscape. She has a flourishing nursery inside the premises where she grows her precious plants and trees. Post 2014, the family decided to let out the house during weekends — the response (through word of mouth) was so tremendous that all the personal rooms of the family got converted into guest bedrooms, Shabnam tells me. “In fact, many a times, we don’t have a place to stay there, so we are in the process of making our own house,” she smiles. Shabnam is also part of the Sagar family, like her artist sister Ganga Kadakia, and the weekend house or the Tooth Mountain Farms, as it is known today, is owned by their parents Neelam and Prem Sagar and brother Shiv Sagar.
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