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All That Glitters: Visit India’s First Jewellery Museum In Jaipur

The Amrapali Museum in Jaipur, Rajasthan, is of the same ideology and is India’s first museum for jewellery and jewelled objects. Founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh
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Be Dazzled By Glittering Indian Jewels At The Amrapali Museum In Jaipur

Home to exquisitely-crafted jewellery and heirloom bejewelled objects, Amrapali Museum in Jaipur is a haven of all things glittery yet 
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Where is India's fashion archive_ _ Mint Lounge


Where is India's fashion archive?

The uncertainty of the past two years has made us want to reflect more, something the fashion world has done more than most other creative industries. This season, for instance, Y2K made a comeback globally in the form of slip dresses and graphic 
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Wearing Stories: Seven Shining Rings

For many, travel is a way to explore the Great Outdoors. For me, it is a way to venture inwards, with a twist of romance and poetry. This is why a recent trip to Jaipur turned into a personal Instagram project
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Mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik turns his attention to sacred objects from the Amrapali museum’s colle

The Hindu

Amrapali Museum in his new book

Human beings need symbols to comprehend the sacred — a pot, spoon, tray or platter, a plaque or a piece of jewellery provide a glimpse into the mystery and power of the divine. Thus, in all our sacraments, simple elements from life are brought forward and made sacred.  
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‘The Adornment of Gods’ by Devdutt Pattanaik_ Fascinating narrative of small things

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The Adornment of Gods: Rare Objects from the Amrapali Jewels Museum

INDIA’S most famous narrator of mythology, Devdutt Pattanaik’s latest book is a foray into the history of ritual objects. In this book, he narrates stories of 50 antiques from
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Where to buy the best jewellery in Jaipur _ Condé Nast Traveller India

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Where to buy the best jewellery in Jaipur

Amrapali Museum is a labour of love by its founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera and is the result of four decades of travel and painstaking research across India. With over 4000 pieces of fine jewellery and other artefacts in 
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Bar Palladio to Baradari: Your guide to a quality weekend in Jaipur

Founded by Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera in the eighties, the Amrapali Museum pays homage to India’s insurmountable craftsmanship when it comes to the decorative arts, especially where jewellery 
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Eye on Indian museum shops - The Hindu

The Hindu

The Indian Museum Special

New at Amrapali Museum
While we have been retailing in museum shops at the Mehrangarh Fort in Jodhpur and the City Palace Museum in Jaipur, as well as Udaipur, we have not taken that leap where we create jewellery according to a collection at an Indian museum.
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A Home for Heritage

The sheer smithery in gold and silver breathes awe in the unending stretch of ancient accessories arranged across the spanking new Amrapali Museum in Jaipur that unveiled its treasure trove a fortnight ago. A carefully conceived labour of love by Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera, the creative hearts powering the Amrapali jewellery brand, the museum celebrates Indian craftsmanship at its very best.
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Tarang Arora:The Story of Amrapali

Trace the fascinating history of the fine jewellery house at the Amrapali Museum of Jewellery in Jaipur My father Rajiv Arora and his friend Rajesh Ajmera were both history students, and they founded Amrapali in 1978. My father’s family members were all in professions such as medicine and law, and my grandfather had dreams of my father being a bureaucrat,but my father always
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Fancy a ruby-studded back scratcher?

Jaipur’s Amrapali Museum, which opened to the public last month, has no star exhibits or crowd-pullers to boast of, but still manages to spark intrigue. The 4,000 pieces of jewellery and personal objects are housed in a sprawling 6,500 sq. ft space, annexed to the company headquarters. These exhibits aren’t a throwback to historic, bloody battles or hushed royal scandals, instead they are firmly.
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The 10 pieces you need to see at Jaipur's Amrapali Museum

In AD 77, Roman senator and writer Pliny the Elder called India “the sink of the world’s precious metal”. You don’t realise what he meant till you visit the recently opened Amrapali Museum—it houses nearly 4,000 artefacts painstakingly collected from across the Indian subcontinent. When friends and Amrapali co-founders Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera started the brand in 1978 in Jaipur
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Jewels from a museum

A collection which started with a khaas dan (betel leaf container) that Rajesh Ajmera and Rajiv Arora, founders of jewellery house Amrapali, bought in 1981-82 has grown into a treasure chest that is now housed at the Amrapali Museum in Jaipur. The museum, which opened earlier this year during the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival, houses around 4,000.
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Treasures of An Era

The Amrapali Museum in Jaipur celebrates Indian jewellery, utilitarian pieces, and objects d’art As I began my walk-through of the Amrapali Museum in Jaipur, I was filled with deja vu. Much of what was displayed seemed so very familiar, having grown up in a home where similar silver, bojects were found all over the apartment. All the while, I had lived with them in
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Next Time You Visit Jaipur, You Can't Give This Place A Miss

It was the late seventies when two young college friends set off on a journey across the length and breadth of India in an effort to understand her art and soul. They were Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera, co-founders of Amrapali encountered unique
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