She came to India to study miniature paintings but she stayed to create an eponymous brand of handmade textiles. Visit her studio cum retail space for her original prints on tableware, home linen, children’s clothing, stationery and fabric toys. *By appointment only
Narad Ka Bagh, Opposite KD Paradise Marriage Garden, Amber – Kunda Road, Jaipur – 302 028
Jaipur’s known for a form of pottery called blue pottery that doesn’t use clay. Instead, it uses a mix that includes ground quartz and glass, which is then painted over by hand. Kripal Kumbh was one of the craft’s pioneering talents. Today his daughters continue his practice and create a mix of the traditional and the contemporary. Vases, plates, objets d’art – there’s much to choose from. *By appointment only
One of India’s leading multi-disciplinary design practices, led by designer Ayush Kasliwal, AnaTaya creates home décor ,giftables, textiles, lights, furniture, table-ware and fun collectibles. The one thing that unites it all is the use of traditional craft – often combining multiple crafts into one product. Their store within the Narain Niwas precinct stocks just about everything. But a larger venue in Sitapura is the place to go to if you’re interested in seeing how they’re made. Ask our front desk to arrange it.
The Kanota, Narain Niwas Palace, Narayan Singh Rd, opposite City PulseMall, Jaipur – 302 004
A for-profit social enterprise that produces the most exquisite collections of handmade rugs. From abstract patterns to traditional Persian, and contemporary asymmetrical ones. The pieces to look for, are those designed on the loom by rural artisans themselves, using textile scraps left over from the making of other rugs. They are woven fragments of artistic imagination destined for gallery walls.
With our RAAS Hopper offer, you get special rates and cool perks when you experience the best of 2 or more destinations with us. You get to stay an additional night – on us! And you get two extra nights when you book 7!