Princess Michael of Kent tests Hyderabadi Mehman Nawazi
Exquisite memorabilia, royal jewels and exquisite delicacies: it was a real affair in an emblematic place in the city with more than 80 guests, including royals from across the country and the crème de la crème de Hyderabad joined for an event Welcome two days. his Royal Highness Princess Michael from Kent to the city of Nizams.
The event, organized by pioneers of art and jewelry based in Thailand, the Von Bueren family, composed of Rolf, Helen, Sri and Nicki Von Bueren, featured an opening address by Princess Michael on each of the two days .
The princess shared anecdotes of her time in Africa, where she had rescued and raised an orphan cheetah cub, Tess, and spoke extensively about her efforts in cheetah conservation, a cause close to her heart.
Inspired by the princess's love for the magnificent feline, the event was also exhibited as part of her shop window, limited-edition cheetah and wood sculptures along with royal heirloom jewels and artifacts designed by the Von Beuren family and the jeweler Indian Mehernosh Heeramaneck.
Dressed in elegant outfits, the socialites of the city and the patrons of the art were seen mixing with the rajas and the maharanis. The guests were offered an extravagant dinner, with a splendid seven-course meal with a combination of Hyderabadi and Nizami cuisine with continental options prepared by the palace's famous chefs.
The princess was a total sport while trying the various dishes and especially enjoyed the haleem and the sweet paper pootharekulu .