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About Le Sutra The Indian Art Hotel We gave ourselves a brief to take a small hotel nestled in one of the most vibrant streets in Mumbai and make it as significant as any other in the world truly a pipe dream.
Fired by the concept, several artists, designers, curators, philosophers and visualizers were inspired to take on the challenge. What followed was a tomb of research and the team applying head and heart, amongst many works, rejections and re-works created Le Sutra the world's first Indian Art Hotel..
Taking from a palette of philosophy, myth, art form, and historic pride, it turned out to be quite a journey as we delved across time in our search of the illusive Indian-ness.
At Le Sutra we've tried to weave thousands of years of Indian ethos and narrate it through contemporary Indian Art. Come, join us in our discovery
Room Description :
1- Tamas in replacement of Art Rooms
The Gunas in Indian philosophy are tendencies and attributes that exist within people, nature and things so essential to the evolution of consciousness. It is also a way of qualifying an artefact or a being. There are 3 Gunas:
Tamas Colourful, Opulent, Intricate, Erotic
Tamas is usually associated with excessiveness. Here the person or object is immersed, attached and drowned in self-indulgence & gratification.
Rajas Vibrant, Action, Passion, Vivacious, Stylish Rajas leads one to action. It is the force that creates desires for acquiring new things which leads one to activity and expansiveness.
Sattva Minimalist, Celestial, Ethereal, Aesthetic
Sattva means balance, order, purity. This typically implies that a person with more of Sattva has a positive and orderly state of mind. Such a person is psychologically kind, calm, alert and thoughtful and aspires for higher realms.
Stories to tell The 16 rooms at Le Sutra are based on 'characters' (Ravana, Karna, Buddha) or 'characteristics' (sensuality, love, purification) inspired by Indian mythos.
Every room is a virtual canvas where the story forms the guest experience. It is subtly composed through art - paintings, artifacts, chairs, inlays and sculptures; narrating their part, showcasing diverse themes and philosophies.