Colors of India

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Amrapali’s earrings and cuff (gold).

Ombre et lumière d’Extrême-Orient

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Anita Dongre’s dress (Chanderi mull choli and sharara with a jacket)

In the pink city of Jaipur

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Anita Dongre’s dress and pictures of Jaipur. Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan, northwestern India. Jaipur is nicknamed “the pink city”, because of the many pink buildings. This town was founded in 1727 by Maharaja Sawai Jai Singh and became … Continue reading

Indian jewelry 

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Polki jewelry : Introduced by the Moghuls, Polki uses natural unfinished diamonds. The diamonds are flat or uncut in its natural shape and set on 24 carat gold. The technique used to make polki jewels is called “Jadau”.  Lac and fine … Continue reading

The Indian fashion photographer Tarun Vishwa

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Tarun Vishwa is a renowned Indian fashion photographer. He collaborated with pretigious magazines like Vogue, ELLE and Harper’s Bazaar. He also produced campaign photoshoots including Indian jewellery brands. His photos are bright, colorful and luminous.

Munnu the Gem Palace

MUNNU The Gem Palace was founded in 1852 by the Agra-based Kasliwal family (officially appointed jewelers of the Mughal dynasty). The Mughal dynasty is a Muslim dynasty of Turkic-Mongol which ruled most of northern India from the early 16th to the mid-18th. It was founded by a Chagatai Turkic prince named Bābur in 1526. Munnu jewels are made from indian traditional techniques. There are four collections: the traditional Mughal collection, the modern Mughal collection, the Platinum collection and the Indo-Russian collection.   The website is : http://www.munnuthegempalace.com/.

Amrapali

Amrapali is an Indian jewelry brand between tradition and modernity. The founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera use the finest jewellery traditions and workmanship. The name of the brand “Amrapali” evokes a renowned royal courtesan living around 500BC in ancient India. Amrapali is the timeless symbol of a Muse. “The timelessness of the legend, and its immediate association to feminine beauty, delight and India’s heritage make it the ideal association for the brand”.