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ndian play­back singer Tulsi Ku­mar’s home is as flam­boy­ant as her singing style. Spread across a sprawl­ing 6,000 sq. ft. area in New Delhi, the res­i­dence has been de­signed by ar­chi­tect and in­te­rior de­signer Ar­chana Ag­gar­wal of Ar­chi­tects In­dia. Ask Tulsi about the kind of a home she was look­ing for and she in­forms, “My hus­band Hitesh wanted a cosy home which is cen­trally lo­cated, so he ended up choos­ing Greater Kailash as it’s close to both our work­places.” Adding on to how the plans and de­signs were im­ple­mented, she men­tions, “I have a great tun­ing with Ar­chana as she com­pletely un­der­stands my taste, my love and pas­sion for mu­sic and, ul­ti­mately, my re­li­gious and spir­i­tual na­ture. All th­ese as­pects are well­re­flected in var­i­ous el­e­ments of my home.”

As you step out of the el­e­va­tor on the first floor, you will see that the en­tire wel­come area is per­son­alised. A mar­ble Lord Gane­sha idol is placed on the top of a golden con­sole on the left side, whereas a small wait­ing area con­sist­ing of a high-back, orange chair and side-ta­ble with diyas has been cre­ated on the right side. “The en­try to the home has been de­signed keep­ing both our tastes in mind. We have a cus­tomised name­plate which has a warm wel­come mes­sage writ­ten over it. The en­try also has the con­cept of bud­ding flower set within a golden frame de­pict­ing how a bud ma­tures and blos­soms into a flower. This was de­signed keep­ing in mind the growth and pros­per­ity, we re­ceived as we moved into this place af­ter our wed­ding,” shares Tulsi.

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