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Aishwarya Khurana Gupta added this to Why & How Courtyards Work28 May 2021

An open courtyard located in the centre of a nalukettu served as a focal point of interaction between the members of a family. The courtyard was also used for household activities and festivities, and was surrounded by tall pillars and rooms with sloping roofs. In the rajbaris of Bengal, the courtyards that were situated inside the structure were used to organise functions and festivals, such as Durga Puja.

Vinita Kunnath added this to 11 Indian Homes That Revolve Around Courtyards15 July 2020

4. Firm: Design BoxLocation: AhmedabadA courtyard in the true sense of the word, this imposing double-height space is slap-bang in the centre of the home, flanked by the living room on one side and the dining room on the other, while rooms above have a ringside view of the action below.Green spots and easy seating make it an ideal spot for entertaining or just relaxing.See the rest of this house

Vaishnavi Nayel Talawadekar added this to Ahmedabad Houzz: The Bungalow of Gardens, Fresh Air & Sunlight22 April 2019

The main entrance leads into a sweeping double-height courtyard that serves as the heart of the home. The space, dominated by cheery seating and pockets of verdure, is enveloped by windows on three sides, granting a view from every courtyard-facing room.Bring nature home, beautifully, with help from these pros

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