For those unaccustomed to the environs of the Taj Mahal hotel on New Delhi’s Mansingh Road, the 14th floor can come across as something akin to a maze. Doors open into snug corridors — one of them embellished with artwork by R K Laxman — often leading you to unexpectedly large meeting rooms with massive television screens. Inside, however, the view from the windows is truly breathtaking: a sweeping portrait of the city that offers a rare bird’s-eye shot of the capital’s hallowed architectural past.
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