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Morrocan Studio Apartment in India

This is a Morrocan-style studio apartment in India available to rent through Airbnb.com.

When you go inside you’ll find a large multi-functional living area, lots of windows, a kitchenette and a full bathroom.

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Morrocan Studio Apartment in India

Kitchenette with Bright Windows and Little Dining Table

Images © Airbnb/Rishi

Entrance to Studio with Corner Desks

Living Area with Sofa Bed and Wardrobe

Stained Glass Window

Kitchenette with Bright Windows and Little Dining Table

Close Up of Kitchenette Notice Cornered Tiled Area and Wood Flooring

TV Hung on the Wall

Sofa Bed Converts into Bed in Studio

Stained Glass inside Studio in India

Corner Desks in the Open Living Area

Luxurious Morrocan-style Bathroom

Wet Bath Shower with Flush Toilet

Multifunctional Living Area

Kitchenette

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Images © Airbnb/Rishi

Learn more: https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/6815116

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  • CathyAnn September 29, 2015, 4:50 pm

    This apartment is light and airy, a nice place to be in. I also notice that there isn’t a lot of furniture, and that everything is pretty much against the walls. I have some friends who are from India, who have shown me pictures of their home there, and their home is furnished in the same manner. Maybe it’s a cultural thing; makes me rethink the need to fill up all of the space/blank walls, i.e., clutter up the place.

  • Carol Perry September 30, 2015, 8:26 am

    Wow! Those stained glass windows are gorgeous!! The apartment seems quite big . I love the blue kitchen cabinets and the design on them! It seems like a really cute place to rent out!!

    Thanks for sharing this great apartment, this is the closest that I will ever get to India. My next door neighbors are from India and they told me how pretty it is over there!! Enjoy! Carol Perry

  • steve September 30, 2015, 8:46 am

    hey!
    i like the light decor, has a interesting organic feel to it. fun place to chill out and see sights from. scratching my head why “tinyhousetalk” is promoting anti-semitism with the prominent nazi swastika over the door in the first photograph. love the abode but bad taste to promote hatred on this site, even if by accident, apology in order.

    • Deadrock September 30, 2015, 11:17 am

      That was just a troll remark, right? You KNOW that isn’t the Nazi swastika – just trying to generate a discussion? I think an apology IS in order – yours to Alex.

      • John October 1, 2015, 12:16 am

        That isn’t a swastika you pinhead. Do a favor for yourself and the rest of the world…Get informed before posting. In Hindu it means “well being”. It predates the Nazis by 1200 years.

        • Deadrock October 1, 2015, 11:08 am

          Actually, I agree with you. I think you meant your remarks for the original post, not mine.

  • Carrie September 30, 2015, 8:58 am

    Oh I love this site, but I have to agree with Steve. Not only is this symbol of hatred on the first photo, but very prominently displayed on the bathroom wall. Much like hanging a confederate flag on your property, it maybe innocent to you but it has a much broader connotation of hatred to others and should be avoided at all costs. shame, shame, an obvious attempt to promote anti-semitism on a beautiful website.

    • Alex September 30, 2015, 11:14 am

      Sorry about that guys I didn’t know what the symbol means (still don’t)

      • Holly Morrison September 30, 2015, 1:29 pm

        Alex, that symbol is completely appropriate; no need for an apology (at least not from you).

        • Alex September 30, 2015, 1:59 pm

          Thanks for clearing that up for all of us, Holly, I certainly didn’t mean to offend anyone! I think everyone knows that we have love for all people here. Thanks again!

    • Holly Morrison September 30, 2015, 1:45 pm

      Carrie, this is certainly NOT a symbol of hatred and there is no shame here. This doesn’t even closely resemble a swastika but even if it is some form of that symbol it is a sanskrit symbol that predates Nazi’s by 1000’s of years and is still used as a sacred symbol by many religions.

  • Holly Morrison September 30, 2015, 9:31 am

    Steve, that looks like a far cry from a swastika— or “Nazi” symbol—to my eye, in the first place. But, secondly, in fact that symbol has been used as a decorative element in various cultures since at least the Neolithic time and is presently used in many ancient cultures even today.

    Cute flat!

  • Holly Morrison September 30, 2015, 9:33 am

    “The word swastika comes from the Sanskrit svastika, which means “good fortune” or “well-being.” The motif (a hooked cross) appears to have first been used in Neolithic Eurasia, perhaps representing the movement of the sun through the sky. To this day it is a sacred symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, and Odinism.”

  • Caterina B September 30, 2015, 4:53 pm

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lEuAL4MeDH4

    Here’s a youtube video that explains the symbol.

  • Sherry Singer September 30, 2015, 5:05 pm

    Looks like a swatiska in red! WTF!!!!

    • Sherry Singer September 30, 2015, 5:08 pm

      My mother is a holocaust survivor don’t tell me something I don’t know! Remove it! It’s Anti Semitic and that is not what this forum is about!

      • Alex September 30, 2015, 6:43 pm

        Hi Sherry,

        I’m so sorry to hear that you lost your family during the Natzi regime. That is absolutely terrible. Your mother must be an amazing woman to have survived such a horrible experience. I didn’t mean to offend you or anyone by sharing the apartment. It never crossed my mind nor did I even notice the symbol. I don’t believe that the person in that apartment is a Natzi because he’s from India. And according to other readers in the comments, India seems to use the symbol without any Natzi representation. Even still I’m removing the images because the thought that it offends you and anyone else who has had similar experiences makes me sad. That being said, I don’t think I deserve your threats to sick lawyers on me and damage my reputation. I hope you have a better day and I’m sorry this image on my website has seemed to ruin your day, it was definitely not my intention. On the contrary, I meant to brighten it. Unfortunately it doesn’t always work out that way.

        Sincerely,

        Alex

  • bec September 30, 2015, 7:12 pm

    I agree that it does not really look like a swastika. As Holly Morrison pointed out, it has been used in MANY religious sects for thousands of years. It is a symbol of good fortune for those people and if you travel to various countries where these religions are prominant you will see this symbol depicted in such a way. Too bad the nazis DID turn it in to something absolutely horrible, but shame on THEM, NOT on the author of this website. He is just innocently showing pictures of tiny spaces and alternative dwellings. This is also coming from someone who’s grandparents survived and have heard countless stories my whole life about what they went through.

  • steve October 1, 2015, 12:12 am

    gee holly, i googled it as well and then went to wikipedia, found the same information you did, before i posted. the point is it is offensive. in the same way the confederate flag is offensive to many, though it has been used in part by other nations at other times. regardless of what religions use this symbol, it it is insensitive for it to be prominently displayed repetitively in this website. and most of all, to attempt to marginalize the pain, suffering and death this symbol represents. if you are enlightened please allow room in your life for all people, not just a select few when considering what is painful and what is not. i would think it wise to error on the side of love, wouldn’t you?

  • Mary October 1, 2015, 11:04 am

    Would have been relatively easy to make the kitchen counter an “L” shape and get three times as much working counter space plus more cabinet space underneath the extra counter. Tiny kitchen counters are cute but difficult to prepare much fresh food, space for clean up, etc.

  • Glema October 2, 2015, 4:55 pm

    The people in India also use the floors for sleeping on pallets dearheart. Just like here dear. When the space is small and the family is growing, the adults sleep in the beds, the youngers and elders sleep on pallets in the floor. Safer, no one falls off the bed and no furniture in the middle makes it easier to pick up and put down. God bless and happy trails.

  • M October 4, 2015, 11:36 pm

    Steve..likewise the hexagram – magen David – is also indigenous to India. It is considered the “star of creation” and if you study the water experiments of Masuro Emoto of Japan you will see it in nature. There is evidence that Avriham and Sarai may have come from India. In fact it is in India where four rivers meet as told in genesis. I do believe I read that Hitler turned the symbol or even reversed its direction so perhaps it then had a different meaning. Both symbols have been found in north american and south american native tribes. Who nu?

  • Susanne October 10, 2015, 7:01 pm

    Alex, you don’t need to apologize when people are lacking knowledge., of this Indian religious symbol.

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