The room ‘Ravana’ is a depiction of a benevolent ruler, a strategist and a powerful demonic king. Ravana, a Hindu legend, is the primary antagonist character of the great Indian epic –‘Ramayana’.
The epic mainly depicts Ravana as a powerful king of Sri Lanka with ten heads, a devout follower of Lord Shiva, a strategist of the appalling act of kidnapping Rama's wife Sita to claim vengeance on Rama and his brother Lakshmana.
On the other hand, a certain segment of Indian philosophers believe that Ravana and his ten heads depict his unmatched knowledge of the six Upanishads, four Vedas, ayurveda, political science and his ability to master the melodious Veena. The room is thus symbolic of both - wickedness as well as wisdom