Dholavira: The Banquet Hall

This banquet hall has been named after one of the five biggest sites of the Indus-Saraswaticivilization. The excavation at Dholavira brought to light a remarkable city (3rd Millennium BCE) of exquisite planning, monumental structures, aesthetic architecture, and an amazing water management system.

The symbol of the Infinity knot seen in the Banquet hall signifies the timeless universe of eternal return, with no beginning and no end. Equipped with all modern amenities, our 70-80 seater (Theatre style) banquet hall is ideal for meetings & conferences. It provides a unique ambience which is the very purpose of having meetings in destinations like Goa.
 

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Dimensions (L*B*H) -30'*19'*16'
Capacity (PAX)
Floating CrowdU-SeatingTheater StyleClusterClassroomBoard RoomFish Bone
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Production

[This signboard discovered at Dholavira, was made of a big wooden board on which were set ten large symbols made of mineral gypsum pieces. At some point, the 3 meters long board fell flat on its face. The wood decayed, but the letters survived. It still remains a key piece of evidence indicating that the Indus-Saraswati script represents full literacy.]