Have you heard of jajam? These large patterned floor spreads coloured in traditional shades of red and black were once commonly found in Rajasthan. Here at the museum, we were familiar with these block printed textiles, however, until recently did not appreciate their cultural significance. A new exhibition at AMHP, Rediscovering Jajam , highlights a wide-ranging collection of …
A temple that is older than Amer and still holds its place quietly and unannounced.
Jaipurites knows how to use and reuse things inventively, find out how.
We took a tour around Jaipur to find out where and who makes the Ravana’s manikins.
A peek into the life of a Galli entrepreneur from Jaipur who is living his passion.
Go through the photo essay to understand why Jal Mahal is a unique endeavor for revitalisation.
Who were those artisans who conceptualised and coloured the walls of the renewed Jal Mahal? We take you inside Jal Mahal and walk you through its painted walls.