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Unique in design & display, Jaipur's Gyan Museum is a window to world history!

Inspired by the freedom and fervour of their father who was a collector of decorative items of all sorts, Dhaddha Brothers consolidated his memory by opening Gyan Museum. The blueprint of this museum in Jaipur was conceptualised by Paul Mathieu and the artefacts showcased here are kept in enclosed spaces that appear futuristic in design. So let's embark upon a virtual walk through the corridors of Gyan Museum, to foster your love for all things vintage and archaic!

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Jaipur's Museum of Gem & Jewellery chronicles the tale of a stone becoming a gem

Narrating the rich legacy of the gem industry of Jaipur through powerful visuals is the jewel-studded premises of the Museum of Gem and Jewellery (MGJ). One of the unique museums in the Pink City, it showcases the origin of precious stones, history of trade and craftsmanship, of a variety of specimens. Further, the weekly changing jeweller displays ensure that all the desire for newness of tourists and locals alike, are catered to. So let's take walk along its corridors to virtually amaze ourselves with some dazzling details!

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Architectural majesty of Jaipur's Jawahar Kala Kendra caters perfectly to armchair astronomers

A well-perceived centre for art and related activities, the Jawahar Kala Kendra (JKK) of Jaipur was established in 1993 to address the need for incubating and nurturing artists and their creations. It is a spectacular stage that promotes classical and folk traditions, thereby, catering to the modern demand of preserving traditions while furthering innovations. Let's embark upon a leisurely virtual stroll through the corridors of JKK to appreciate some of the aesthetic nuances that it wishes to acquaint us with!

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A gem of Jaipur, Amrapali Museum is a treasure trove of jewellery craftsmanship through the ages!

India was once famed around the world as 'The Golden Bird' and this was largely because of her extensive reserve of precious metals worn in the form of jewellery or used for opulent ornamentation in palaces. The brainchild of Rajesh Ajmera and Rajiv Arora, Jaipur's Amrapali Museum holds testimony to this glorious past by showcasing a collection ranging from tribal jewellery to Mughal, Rajput and many others. Plan a visit to glance at the shimmering radiance of these archaic pieces and take a trip down the annals of history, away from history books!

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