BHX:Deserts | Finding the door to unending conversations

The Beachhouse Project wrapped up the Monsoon season with its last leg at BHX:Deserts in Alwar, Rajasthan. To say that the months of June-July,2018 were filled with incredible people, insane conversations and irresistible love for creating would be an understatement. 

Here's a little sneak through the magnificent curtains of BHX:Deserts. 

Rajasthan is a magical pot of history, heritage and all things royal, and the Kesroli Fort in Alwar was just the first step into this beautiful story that scripted yet another creative block-buster. The hospitality and welcoming nature of its people caters to every need of an individual and fills their hearts with a sense of gratitude and richness that is rare to experience. 

The space was whispering stories to us. Little did we know ours was one in the making too. 

Endless energies, endless growth and endless learnings redefined personalities and happiness for the tribe at BHX:Deserts.

Endless energies, endless growth and endless learnings redefined personalities and happiness for the tribe at BHX:Deserts.

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15 insanely talented people from across the country and form different strides of life made their way to create a conversational castle which refused to go to sleep. 

From Private equity consultants to filmmakers, from e-commerce goat farmers to space designers, from theater artists to content creators, from skin specialists to people skills trainers- the diversity was at its maximum. And yet, this tribe was glued like one should be. 

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I had never thought I'd discover this side of me. I didn't even know it existed. To look at my creative thinking mirrored through the eyes of so many different people and still connect with each one of them. I was an escapist when I arrived. At least that's what I thought. But the last 7 days made me realize I'm not one. So scratch that. I'm not an escapist. Right now, I can't wait to face the music.   Payal Tekchandani Co-founder, The wedding Clinic

I had never thought I'd discover this side of me. I didn't even know it existed. To look at my creative thinking mirrored through the eyes of so many different people and still connect with each one of them. I was an escapist when I arrived. At least that's what I thought. But the last 7 days made me realize I'm not one. So scratch that. I'm not an escapist. Right now, I can't wait to face the music. 

Payal Tekchandani
Co-founder, The wedding Clinic

To be motivated is one thing. But to be moved is another. So far, I was of the belief that no external factors can instil power into me. But interactions with the people here have empowered me in ways I cannot describe. I walked in shy, like I do at work. But now I know I'm going to fight for my ideas and everything else I do in life. These ideas need to see the light of day and I'll do everything I can to make that happen.   Parth Savla Designer, Oktobuzz

To be motivated is one thing. But to be moved is another. So far, I was of the belief that no external factors can instil power into me. But interactions with the people here have empowered me in ways I cannot describe. I walked in shy, like I do at work. But now I know I'm going to fight for my ideas and everything else I do in life. These ideas need to see the light of day and I'll do everything I can to make that happen. 

Parth Savla
Designer, Oktobuzz

 

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With BHX:Deserts, we wrapped up the monsoon season of 2018 and we could not have been more grateful for the people, the stories, the places and every moment that went into stitching better versions of ourselves and all those around us. 

It only fills us with gratitude and love for the magic makers that this world possesses.