Shweta Kothari is a designer boutique whose works are contemporary and have a classy fashion. It also offers you a choice of fusion fashion and Indian contemporary designs. So, drop by and find something that will suit your fashion sense with the vibrant colors and interesting designs found here.
Aashka is the highly successful venture of Udaipur's Princess Bhargavi and this Jaipur outlet is the brand's second store, the flagship being in Udaipur. The royal touch is evident in the luxury furniture, art forms, motifs and craft works presented in the showroom. Marble tables, pearl dressers, handcrafted fabrics and elegant mirrors, all find a place in its eclectic collection. From bronze idols of Lord Krishna to block printed cotton silk stoles and bed linen, this store has plenty to help you set up a stylish home, with a dash of ancient Indian design sensibilities.
The areas of specialization for Anokhi are applique, embroidery, patchwork and bead work which is most of its product range. Anokhi is also known for producing garments both Western and traditional Indian. They also provide sarongs, accessories and home textiles. So, pamper yourself by enriching your wardrobe with some vibrant colors and prints from Rajasthan that will surely make a style statement.
Here is another reason for shoppers to rejoice! Rana's at Ganpati Plaza stocks exclusive traditional and ethnic wear for men and women. Their friendly staff will help you choose from the amazing collection of delicately embroidered sarees, lehengas, and salwar suits. Men can browse through the exquisitely designed Sherwanis and Kurtas available here. If clothes are how you would like to carry back some of Jaipur's royal flavor, Rana's is definitely worth visiting.
Maniharon Ka Rasta showcases the best in Lacquer art made by the local craftsmen in Jaipur. They make souvenirs out of a number of articles like animals, ashtrays covered in lacquer, etc. For the ladies they have accessories like bangles, finger rings, toe rings, anklets nose rings, etc. This craft has brought a lot of fame that it even won two awards by the President of India for Master Crafts Person.
This designer boutique was started in 1998 by Mrs. Lata Harlalka. This boutique consists mainly of indo ethnic sarees for party wear, wedding gowns and bridal wear lehengas. The designs of each outfit are a fusion of age old crafts and contemporary cuts. The fabric that they have are Banarasis, brocades, silks, and more.
There is no better place to purchase fine Indian jewelry than Jaipur, the land of the royals. The Gem Palace is situated in the heart of the city and offers an eclectic collection of traditional, royal-style ornaments. Its jewels and objets d'art are displayed in the Metropolitan Museum of Art and sold at Barneys in New York. In the decades it has been in business, its prestigious clients have included Lord Mountbatten and Lady Edwina Mountbatten, Spanish and British royal families, Hollywood and Bollywood film stars, and Mick Jagger of The Rolling Stones. The showroom is situated in an ancient haveli (Rajasthani mansion) and evokes nostalgic yesteryear memories. The rich art pieces, motifs, decor items and ornaments date back from the Mughal times right up till jewels created by artisans in the early 20th Century.
Make a style statement by sporting those hand-block prints from Rasa. This store is known for its vibrant collection of clothing for women with its signature hand-block prints. Whether you want to buy a chic dress or jumpsuit with some Indo-western prints, this store is the place to look at. Besides the fashionable garments, the store offers a range of home decor items like pillows, furniture, bedding and more to help you make a style statement and stand out from the crowd.
Diwan Saheb was started in 1957 by Shri M.L Diwan. They create classy sherwanis, ackhans, jodhpuris, and kurtas-pyjamas for men to wear on all occasions. In addition to this, they are also known to create featherweight suits, business suits and linen collection. So, make a fashion statement whether you are going to office or getting ready for a party as you don clothes from Diwan Saheb.