Successful People Around The World- By Pranesh Vaid

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Walt Disney (Owner and Founder, Walt Disney Inc.)

A dropout from school at the age of 16 years, Walt Disney was rejected from the army due to his underage. After a lot of struggle, he got his first job as a cartoonist. After a few years he and his brother, took over a company named Laugh-O-Gram. This company went bankrupt. Laugh-O-Gram was the first step to Walt Disney and the rest is history as we know it.


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His musical skills were average at young age and his teachers thought he would never succeed in the field of music. His father firmly believed in his abilities and took over his education. As time passed, Beethoven’s musical skills improved, but alas, he lost his hearing ability.


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Marilyn Monroe

Before hitting the silver screen, one of the famous producers rejected her stating that she was unattractive. She felt bad, but decided not to quit. Monroe tried hard before finally getting her share of success.


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Henry Ford

He is believed to have revolutionized industrial production in the 20th century suffered many a loss in business. Failed businesses and bankruptcy didn’t discourage him from trying to build one of the most successful car companies in the world.


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Michael Jordan

Often regarded as the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan struggled his way to success. According to Forbes, he was the first athlete to become a billionaire.


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Successful Indian Personalities -By Pranesh Vaid


Radhika Ghai Aggarwal (Co-Founder & CMO,

She has a decade and a half of marketing experience in industries like fashion & lifestyle, ecommerce, retail, advertising & public relations. Radhika Ghai Aggarwal co-founded in Silicon Valley in 2011. Currently it is India’s first and largest fully managed marketplace. It has more than 7 million visitors every month, serves nine thousand cities, towns and villages in India. She has previously worked with Nordstrom in strategy planning and with Goldman Sachs in its Wealth Management group. Radhika has an MBA from Washington University and also holds a post graduate degree in Advertising and Public Relations.


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Sushil Kumar (Wrestler)

Sushil Kumar is a renowned Indian World Champion wrestler. He has won gold medal in the FILA 2010 World Wrestling Championships, a silver medal in the 2012 London Olympics, and a bronze medal in the 2008 Beijing Olympics. He hails from a lower-middle class family and his father was a DTC bus driver and his mother is a housewife. Despite the minimal funds available, poor training facilities and lack of dietary supplements, Sushil Kumar became a world-renowned Wrestling Champion by his hard work and sheer determination.


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Nawazuddin Siddique (Actor)

Nawazuddin Siddique is known for his intense role and mind-blowing acting. He is one of the best actors Bollywood has ever got. He always dreamed of becoming an actor, but failed to get any support from others as he lacked the looks of a Bollywood hero. Despite that he moved to Delhi and joined a theatre group. After gaining some acting skills he applied for movies in Bollywood. After a long spell of struggle his fortunes finally turned around and he got a good in the movie named Peppli Live. Since then, there is no looking back.0253

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 Sabina Chopra (Founder,

Sabina Chopra is the co-founder of Before starting Yatra, she was the head of operations (India) at eBookers, Europe’s leading online travel company. She has also worked with Japan Airlines and in the business process outsourcing sector. With more than a decade and a half of work experience, she is in charge of sales and operations. She also looks after the start-up’s domestic hotel business. Sabina has also been felicitated during the second annual Women Leaders in India Awards, 2010.


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Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines has one the best in-flight comforts and privacy. Part of the flight has normal seats, whereas the other half which consists of the luxury suites is cocooned by the rest. One has an option to choose from single and double bed in the luxury suites. The passengers get access to a fancy bar, soothing spas, and food as per their taste buds. The suites are offered for a price tag ranging from $5,500 to $23,000.


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This is one of the most luxurious airlines in the world. The economy and business class seats are no less comfortable than any other competitor. Whereas the Diamond First Class seats gives you no chance to complain about anything. The fare of this class ranges from $600 to $1500. All passengers are greeted by name, offered a complimentary box of Belgian chocolates and food choices are given directly to the chef.


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One of the best places to be in is the First Class Suites by Emirates. The suites have a full bed, a welcome kit by Bulgari, a separate bathroom for first class passengers with shower facilities. One can choose from a variety of wines and liquors at the bar.


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All Nippon Airways

Though this Japanese Airlines does not have private cabins, but the bedding arrangements and food makes it one of the strongest contenders for the tag of the most luxurious airline. The first class seats are very spacious with ample leg and walking room. The passengers are provided with pyjamas and a cardigan for a cosy night sleep.


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Top 5 Men’s Wear Designers in India- By Richa Srivastava


The fashionably-conscious men of India have a lot to thank a bunch of artistic folks who have revolutionized the fashion scene. They have brought every part of our indefinitely varied culture in their fabrics, their designs and their lines.

They are wearable, affordable and sometimes worth the indulgence. We all love to own a designer piece of clothing.

1.Rajesh Pratap Singh



His designs spell clean lines, and are the perfect blend of modern meets traditional. His pieces seamlessly merge the old-world charm with Parisian grandeur. He is also the Associate Design member Fashion Design Council Of India (FDCI). Pratap, in 2011, also presented his collection at the grand finale of Dubai Fashion Week.

2.Ujjwal Dubey


3.Kunal Rawal

Kunal Rawal was one of the highlights this season with an understated collection. It felt good to see Rawal concentrate on cuts and fits rather than a sequined Bollywood affair, adding a sense of maturity. Kunal has been closely associated with Being Human Foundation and his work at Being Human Show at HDIL Couture Week 2009 was highly appreciated. He has an impressive body of work with an art collaboration with actor Salman Khan.

4.Aneeth Arora


Known for his anti-fit and zero constructed pieces, Arora surprised us with a mix of Indian textiles and athleisure trends this season. Using long and short satin stitches, the label married popular fabrics like chanderi, jamdani and khadi checks and stripes with hoodies, trainers and tees. Heavy linen stripes balanced with discreetly printed florals were quite the winners.

5.Abraham and Thakore


Using only discarded fabrics like bed sheets, cushion covers and off- cuts, the duo made a creative attempt at recycling waste material from off cuts on the factory floor. Bits of cloth from markets of Delhi and even packaging material of courier parcels were used in an innovative manner for the garments. By using techniques like boro, pojagi, kantha and quilting, the label presented a great fashion story for the urban dandy.

Destination Weddings-By Rahul Kawale.

Destination wedding is a new craze among couples nowadays. There are so many reason to go for destination wedding rather than a conventional marriage hall wedding. When we talk about destination wedding then the most important factor strike in our mind is the venue and cost associate to it.

Following are some best places for destination wedding in India: –

1)Udaipur-“A Symbol of Royal Pre-eminence”

If you wanna make your wedding day romantic and special, I hope the City of lakes would make your dream come true. Udaipur, the most loving and stunning place in Rajasthan is simply awesome for a traditional Indian wedding and so stands as one of the renowned Indian wedding destinations.


2)Kerala- “Tie the knot Amidst Serenity”: –

Kerala, being one of the best destinations for wedding, is commonly known as ‘God’s Own Country’. It offers a perfect beach point where you can have a romantic wedding. You may choose to have your wedding ceremony at Varkala or Kovalam; amongst the straggling tea gardens of Munnar; or in the heritage building of Kochi fort, as these destinations offer striking views that would remain etched in one’s memory forever.


3)Andaman and Nicobar Islands- “Spectacularly Lovely and Cloistered”: –

If you want a gratifying and romantic beginning to your life, Andaman & Nicobar Islands would be the perfect destination where you can plan for your wedding. The soothing and pleasing climate of these islands is excellent for your romantic getaway. The coconut palms along the seashore of these islands add zing to your wedding voyage. The Ross or the Havelock Islands are the perfect venues to tie the knot. So, when you choose these destinations, you not only invite your guests to your marriage ceremony, but also treat them to a holiday destination as well.


4)Shimla-“A Perfect Ambience To Explore Your Married Life”: –

Set amongst the cool pine clad hills with numerous collapsing colonial enamors, Shimla is considered to be one of the popular wedding destinations in India. Peaceful environment, pleasant climate, snowy hills, breathtaking scenery and natural beauty will simply make your wedding day memorable forever. Shimla tempts one who extremely loves to enjoy amidst mountains and fantasize of having a romantic wedding in the Himalayas. There are many resorts in Shimla that arrange grand wedding ceremonies.


Apart from these destinations from India we have a plenty of foreign destinations as well!

Lets have a look at those


  • US: The Big Island, Hawaii: –

The Big Island is (you may have guessed) the largest island in the chain and offers incredibly diverse topography. In fact, 11 of the world’s 13 climatic zones can be found on the island (there’s even snow on top of the highest mountains!). The landscape varies dramatically as you travel around the perimeter, so you’ll have your choice of backdrops: The Kona coast to the west has a lunar-like landscape, while the north and east coasts are wet and super-lush. There’s plenty for guests to do too, from exploring the rain forest region to going horseback riding, snorkeling or just lazing on the beach


2. France




4. Thailand


5. Bali


Luxury Hotels Around The World-By Sneha Pingle.

As Coco Chanel rightly said, “Luxury must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury.” Here are some of the world class hotels in the world.

  1. Burj Al Arab Jumeirah, Dubai. 0216

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Burj Al Arab Jumeirah is the symbol of luxury in Dubai. It resembles a billowing sail in shape which makes it one of a kind. It is located on an artificial island which is connected to the mainland by a private bridge. All the rooms in this hotel are luxurious duplex suites with a breathtaking view of the Arabian Gulf. Some of the over-the-top facilities offered by this prestigious hotel are outdoor as well as indoor swimming pools, a private beach, spas, personal chauffeur-driven Rolls Royce, 24/7 personal butler service and helicopter trips from its iconic helipad.

Burj Al Arab Jumeriah has nine world-class restaurants and bars. One of them is Al Mahara, an underwater restaurant which is surrounded by magnificent aquarium. Al Muntaha is another restaurant that is located at the top of the hotel giving the perfect view of the Dubai skyline. One-night stay at Burj Al Arab Jumeriah costs around Rs.95,000 to Rs.150,000.

2.One&Only Reethi Rah, Maldives


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Want to have some privacy or do some soul searching, then hop on the next flight to the Maldives? One&Only Reethi Rah is your ultimate destination. Surrounded by the crystal clear Indian Ocean, this Maldives resort offers the grand luxury experience. It is an all-villa resort with 12 beaches. This resort offers three kinds of villas – beach villas, water villas and grand sunset residence. Each villa is surrounded by lush greenery and have its own swimming pool. But who needs a swimming pool when you’ve the Indian Ocean at your feet.

The resort has two tennis courts, Maldives’ first ever sun spa, watersports centre, golf simulator, Maldives’ first ever climbing wall, luxury boutique. There are many restaurants and spas in the resort which offer the best cuisines around the world. Some of them are Reethi restaurant, Rah Bar, Beach Club, Fanditha and Botanica. The prices of villas at One&Only Reethi Rah range between Rs.120,000 and Rs.297,000 approximately.

3. The Dorchester, London


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The Dorchester is a five-star hotel located in Mayfair, London. This historic hotel is next to the Hyde Park. The hotel has hosted some of the renowned celebrities like Richard Burton and Elizabeth Taylor, who were famous for their role in the film, Cleopatra. There are 250 rooms and suites, which depict the classic English heritage with modern luxury. You can have a suite with park view or Mayfair view along with a personal butler. The price of rooms and suites at The Dorchester range between Rs.65,000 and RS.400,000 per night.

The Dorchester offers you some of the world’s finest cuisines at its restaurants and bars. Some of them are The Grill, Alain Ducasse, The Promenade, China Tang, The Spatisserie, The Bar and Parcafé. The hotel is also known for hosting the most elegant weddings in London. And also, the hotel is only a mile away from the fashion paradise of London, the Bond Street. You’ll find the latest designers here from Chanel and Jimmy Choo to Ralph Lauren.

4.Four Seasons Hôtel des Bergues, Geneva


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Four Seasons Hôtel des Bergues is an iconic landmark of Geneva. The hotel is located on the shore of Lake Geneva giving the mesmerizing view of Jet d’Eau fountain and snow-clad Swiss Alps. The rooms and suites of the hotel were designed by the well-known interior architect Pierre-Yves Rochon. There are 115 rooms and suites in this contemporary styled hotel. Some of the guest favorites are Deluxe Bedroom, Executive Loft Suite and Presidential Suit. Staying a night at Four Seasons Hotel may cost from Rs.60,000 to Rs.310,000.

The fine dining restaurant IL Lago offers an excellent gastronomic experience. Also, you can enjoy a drink or two at Le Bar des Bergues. If you’re looking to unwind over the vacation, you can relax in a sauna, jacuzzi and spa room of the hotel. There is a rooftop infinity edge pool overlooking the Lake Geneva. This hotel is located in a prime location wherein it is just a walk away from the shopping district of Geneva, Rue Du Rhone.

5. One&Only Cape Town, South Africa


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Situated in Cape Town, One&Only Cape Town offers spectacular view of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. The waterfront is well-known tourist attraction and the South Africa’s oldest working harbor. It is a great spot for shopping and fine dining.  The rooms and suites here are urban chic style with a backdrop of Table Mountain. The in-room amenities like iPod dock, flatscreen TV, minibar, Charlotte Rhys bathroom products and many more are provided by the hotel. The rooms here cost from Rs.60,000 to Rs.200,000 per night.

The in-house restaurants, Reubens, Isola and Nobu provide world-class food. The resort also has two bars, Vista Bar and Wine Loft. The resort is equipped with exclusive private Spa Island. You can unwind at the spa which has jacuzzi, sauna and massage rooms. Pearl Valley Golf Estate is one of the best golf courses in South Africa. The resort is also known for hosting weddings, corporate meetings and events. And when you’re here, you can visit beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Cape Town Diamond Museum and magnificent Table Mountain

6. The Plaza, New York


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The Plaza Hotel is an iconic landmark located in Manhattan, New York City. The hotel is right next to Central Park and 5th Avenue. The streets of 5th Avenue are famous for having some of the upscale brands like Jimmy Choo, Loui Vuitton, Gianni Versace and Sephora. This 19th century hotel has 282 rooms and suites that are inspired by the elegant French décor of Louis XV. Some of the rooms have the beautiful view of Central Park. The Plaza is well-known for having latest technologies like in-room iPad in its spacious rooms. Also, the bathrooms have 24-karat gold plated fixtures giving you the essence of luxury. The per night cost of staying at this hotel lies between Rs.58,000 and Rs.330,000 depending on the suite you select.

The Plaza has restaurants like The Palm Court, The Champagne Bar, The Rose Club and The Todd English Food Hall, which offer some of the best cuisines in the world. The hotel offers signature white glove butler service to all suite guests. You can also relax, rejuvenate and recharge at Guerlain Spa, La Palestra fitness centre, Warren Tricomi Salon and Skinney Medspa. The Plaza has its own Boutique and Beauty Shoppe where you can buy gifts, accessories and apparels. Also, you can shop at 5th Avenue and explore the streets of Manhattan.


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Located on the tropical island of Bora Bora, the St. Regis Resort is a luxury accommodation with a backdrop of Mount Otemanu. The serene atmosphere of French Polynesia is a haven of tranquility. St Regis is an all-villa resort with magnificent view of the lagoon. The air-conditioned villas have outdoor shower, in-room safe, minibar, a Bose player, coffee maker and high-speed internet access. One-night stay at the St. Regis resort will cost you between Rs.55,000 and Rs.350,000 depending on the villa you choose.

St. Regis offers you a fine dining experience with its famous restaurants like Lagoon Restaurant, Bam Boo, Te Pahu Restaurant and Aparima Bar. The resort is also well-known for its Miri Miri Spa. So just relax and enjoy the massage. Also, there is 24/7 butler service and access to the fitness centre. You can also visit the historic site, Bora Bora WWII Guns which is just 2 km away from the resort. You can also spend your day relaxing on a beach side cabana or do some activities like snorkeling and windsurfing.

8.Ritz Paris, Paris


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The Ritz Paris, one of the most luxurious hotels in the world, is located in the 1st arrondissement of Paris. The hotel is an architectural masterpiece with suites overlooking Place Vendôme. This iconic hotel was founded in 1898 which offers the classic French décor with modern facilities. The hotel has 142 rooms and suites that reflect absolute sophistication. Depending of the suite you select, the cost of staying at the hotel per night will range from Rs.80,000 to Rs.250,000. Ritz is also known to host some of the famous people like Coco Chanel, Ernest Hemingway, Princess Diana and many more.

The hotel is just 1 km away from the Louvre and Champs-Élysées. Louvre is a former royal palace, which held the famous Mona Lisa painting until it was stolen in the year 1911. Champs-Élysées is the ultimate shopping destination known for having outlets of the most prestigious designers in the world. Ritz has restaurants and bars that not only offer French cuisine, but also international cuisine. Les Jardins de l’Espadon, La Table de l’Espadon, Bar Vendôme, Bar Hemingway and Ritz Bar are some of the restaurants and bars of the hotel. Ritz Escoffier is a cooking school in the hotel’s kitchen. The hotel also has a unique spa where you can relax.

9.Belmond Hotel Cipriani, Venice


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The Belmond Hotel Cipriani is set on the Giudecca island in Italy. This 5-star hotel offers amazing views from the Doge’s Palace to the St. Giorgio church. The rooms and suites here have elegant interiors with garden or Venice lagoon views. Flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, complimentary newspaper daily, free Wi-fi and an iPod docking station are some of the in-room amenities available at the Hotel Cipriani. One-night stay at the hotel will cost between Rs.53,000 and Rs.400,000.

Belmond Hotel Cipriani offers an Olympic-sized swimming pool, Wellness Centre, private marina, children’s club and tennis court. It also offers tours to exclusive parts of the lagoon and complimentary boat service to enjoy the St. Mark’s square. The hotel has some of the renowned restaurants of the world like Oro restaurant, Clip’s Club, Porticciolo Pool Restaurant, Gabbiano Poolside Bar and Giudecca 10. The Boutique at the hotel reflects the Venetian fashion and the cultural heritage of Venice. There is also a food boutique which is known for Italian gourmet food. When you are here you can explore the remote islands of Venetian lagoon or enjoy wine tasting at Venice’s secret wineries.

10. The Beverly Hills Hotel, Los Angeles


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From the time of its inauguration The Beverly Hills Hotel is known to host Hollywood film stars, rock stars and celebrities. The hotel is also known as the ‘Pink Palace’. The rooms and suites in this hotel have elegant designs that capture the essence of California. iPod dock, flatscreen TV, in-room safe, minibar, complimentary newspaper daily and coffee maker are some of the facilities available at the hotel. Also, the hotel has 23 exclusive bungalows that are like private homes. Staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel will cost around between Rs.65,000 and Rs.185,000 per night.

Polo Lounge, The Cabana Café, Fountain Coffee Room, Bar Nineteen12 are some of the fine dining options at Beverly Hills Hotel. The hotel’s swimming pool has underwater music playing. Also, there is state-of-the-art fitness centre where you can workout. You can enjoy some pampering with facials, massages, nailcare at The Beverly Hills Hotel Spa. The hotel is located near many landmarks like Will Rogers Memorial Park, Greystone Mansion, Runyon Canyon. You can go visit these landmarks and also shop at nearby luxury brands.


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Biltmore Estate- Asheville, North Carolina

It is a huge (6950.4 acre) private estate and tourist attraction. The main residence – Baltimore House, is a Châteauesque-styled mansion built between the year 1889 and 1895 by George Washington Vanderbilt II. It is the largest privately-owned house in the USA, having 1,78,926 square feet of floor space. It is still owned by George Vanderbilt’s descendants. It has 250 room, 3 kitchens, and 19th century novelties like forced air heating, electric elevators, fire alarms, centrally controlled clocks, and a call-bell system. The Banquet Hall is the largest room in the house, measuring 42 feet wide and 72 feet long, with 70-foot-high barrel-vaulted ceiling. One can stay at the hotel, an inn, and a cottage on the grounds. The house also features 70,000 gallon indoor swimming pool, 23,000-book library, and bowling alley. The estate has a winery farm, gardens, and stables.


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Safran Mansion- Sao Paulo, Brazil

It is owned by the Brazilian banker (net worth $15.9 billion as per Forbes 2013) Mr Joseph Safra. This mansion is reminiscent of Villa Loepolda, a French Riviera mansion that was once owned by his brother Edmond (check out No 6 on the list). Housing 130 rooms, it is surrounded by a high wall and the mansion is nearly 1,17,000 square feet, as per a Brazilian newspaper Folha. It also has two swimming pools, of which one is indoor. It is the largest private residence in Sao Paulo, and is located in the Morumbi neighbourhood, next to city’s second biggest home.


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Versailles- Windermere, Florida

 It is an 85,000 square feet house owned by the founders of Westgate Resorts, Mr David Siegel and Mrs Jacqueline Siegel. The construction began in the year 2004 and the work was stalled in the year 2009 due to financial difficulties faced by the company. The house was also listed for sale, but with improvements in the financial stabilities, the construction work started and the ownership still belongs to the couple. The completion date is pushed to atleast 2019. Once the project is completed, it will be the largest single-family home in the USA. The house features 32 bathrooms, 11 kitchens, 14 bedrooms, arcade, salon, movie theatre, and gym. Also, one has the option to dive into any of the six pools. It also has parking spaces for 30 cars.0208

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Witanhurst London- England

Witanhurst, which, in Old English, means “Parliament on the Hill”, was designed by George Hubbard to portray the Georgian-style Parkfield estate that earlier stood on the property. It has a 70 foot swimming pool, two basements, movie theatre, gym, a sauna, and parking spaces. The living space of the house adds upto 90,000 square feet. It is owned by the Russian billionaire Andrey Guryev.0209

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The One, Bel-Air, California

This massive 1,00,000 square feet mansion is expected to hit the market this year. When the construction is completed, the house will feature 20 bedrooms, 30 bathrooms, five elevators, five to seven infinity pools, a casino, and an indoor night club with walls and clings made up of jellyfish aquarium. The One is actually a 73,934 square feet main house and with some adjacent structures makes up the total figure. It has a panoramic view of Los Angeles city.


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Villa Leopolda- The French Riviera

The mansion is located on the hills of Villefrache-sur-mer and Beaulieu-sur-mer, near the Mediterranean city of Nice. It was originally constructed by King Leopold II of Belgium. The mansion was used as a military hospital during World War I. The villa sits on 18 acres of land and is currently owned by the Russian tycoon Mikhail Prokhorov. It houses 12 swimming pools, a bowling alley, a movie theatre, 19 deluxe rooms, 14 bathrooms, antique furnitures, and terraces.


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Pensmore- Highlandville, Missouri

Estimated to stand for 2,000 years from the year of completion (2016), the chateau-styled mansion is located in the Ozark Mountains, which spreads more than 72,000 square feet. The mega house is composed entirely of concrete and the concrete shell is reinforced with “Helix” steel fibre. The exterior walls are 12 inch thick. It is a five-storeyed mansion, having 14 bathrooms and 13 bedrooms. The villa is designed to survive earthquakes, tornadoes, and bomb blasts. It is owned by Steven Huff, chairman of TF Concrete Forming Systems.


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Fair Field- Sagaponack, New York

Ira Rennert’s Fair Field areas 64,389 square feet of living space, and with other structures on the plot the total area sums up to 1,10,000 square feet. It houses 29 bedrooms, 39 bathrooms, a formal dining room, a bowling alley, two lawn tennis courts, two squash courts, three swimming pools, a synagogue, two courtyards, an orangery, a 164-seat home theatre and a $150,000 hot tub.0213

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Taohuayuan- Suzhou,China

It is situated on the Classical Gardens of Suzhou, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Taohuayuan, meaning Utopia, literally means ‘Peach Blossom Land’. It has an area of 72,441 square feet and was sold to Chinese Real Estate Tycoon, Hongtian Chen in July 2016 for $154 million. The house is also known as the “One Billion Yuan Luxury Home.” What is amazing about this house is that, all the brickwork and plants are handcrafted by Xiangshanbang Traditional Architectural and Building Skills. There are a total of 32 bedrooms and 32 bathrooms, with all the bedrooms facing south, desired by many for optimal natural light. It also houses a mist-covered pond, huge wine cellar, and a swimming pool, and yes a beautiful view to the Dushu Lake.


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Antilla- Mumbai, India

It is the world’s largest and most expensive private residential property. Owned by the chairman of Reliance Industries – Mukesh Ambani, Antilla is a 27 storey skyscraper, standing at a height of 550 feet and having living space of 4,00,000 square feet. In order to prevent the repetition of architectural elements, no two floors have identical building material or floor plan. It has a staff of 600 to maintain the house 24 hours a day. The house was designed to survive an earthquake (8 on Richter scale). It is loaded with three helipads, swimming pool, spa, gym, outdoor gardens, 50 seat theatre, six floors of parking space, and nine elevators. One can see the Arabian Sea from the top. It costs more than $2 billion.


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