Sleepily, she taps a button on a touch panel at her beside. As if by magic, the security system is switched off, the lights are turned on, and the window blinds move to allow sunlight into the room.
She freshens up and comes back to the room, switching on her TV to take online Yoga lessons.
After 30 minutes, she gets ready to leave with her husband for work.
Before leaving, they view all the rooms from a control panel on the wall and run a pre-programmed routine which switches off all non-essential electric appliances, while simultaneously electronically fortifying the house.
They are finally ready to go.
Reema is still unsure if she switched off the geyser.
She whips her cellphone from her purse to check the status.
And, leaves in peace.
Image: Lavasa Entry Point
Text: Leslie D'Monte, Business Standard | Images courtesy: lavasa.com
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