A place where the walls do not need art. Because the walls ARE art. The ceilings ARE art.\nWas it such a bad thing that women did not step out of their homes? Such a home? I would voluntarily never step out! For I am sure that every day as my eyes opened surrounded by such beauty I would sigh and go back into a stupor, struck by the beauty, sighing and unable to think as the visuals flood my brain. No \u2013 I would not have the capacity to move out of such a home. Would I \u2018want\u2019 the freedom? Would I have any desire to do the same things that men did? Most likely not. I would pity them that they had to leave such a house every morning. I would not covet their lives at all. I would be a happy householder.\nImages of\u00a0 a trader\u2019s house in Jaisalmer, A city that does not have an airport. A city that probably has no luxuries as we know them in the modern world. Yet it has THIS!! A home that was built not for a King or an emperor \u2013 but a home built for a \u2018mere\u2019 trader!!\n \n\nWith a home such as this, I would glad exchange my freedom and live & die as a blissful prisoner of art!\nsigh!\njm\nsept 2014\nby Jaina Mishra\nby wovensouls\nThe post Traditional Rajasthan Home \u2013 Patwaon ki Haveli \u2013 Jaisalmer appeared first on The Art Blog by WOVENSOULS.COM.