The residents of Havelies and Royal households were the great patrons of art and were passionately involved in it. In consonance with this tradition, every Haveli had a music and study room. This indicated the inclinations of the occupants towards music and literature. This room was an institution in itself, where ladies of the Haveli learned music, studied literature and scriptures. These rooms were equipped with musical instruments like sarangi, nagada, shehnai, dholak, flute, change etc.