Amber Palace, Jaipur, Rajasthan, India

Rajasthan Blue Pottery

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Neerja Blue Pottery

Neerja international came into existence in 1980 and kept growing just because of the hard efforts put in by Mrs. Leela Bordia. Now it has reached to a height where her work towards the “world of blu ...more »

  • Location: Jaipur
  • Type: Blue Pottery

Kripal Kumbh

In late 60's Sri Kripal Singh Shekhawat, also known as the "Father of Blue Pottery" started "Kripal Kumbh", manufacturers, suppliers and exporters of Blue Art Pottery. The art of Blue Pottery came ...more »

  • Location: Jaipur
  • Type: Blue Pottery

Our Local Experts say:

The Jaipur blue pottery, made of fuller’s earth, is glazed and low-fired. Some of this pottery is semi-transparent and mostly decorated with animal and bird motifs. The range of items is mostly decorative such as ashtrays, vases, coasters and boxes.

Apart from the usual urns, jars, pots and vases, you can now find tea sets, cups and saucers, plates and glasses, jugs, ashtrays and napkin rings. The colour palette is restricted to blue and green from the oxides of cobalt and copper but white, yellow and brown have emerged too. The common motifs are inspired from Mughal era.

What's On

Ajmer Sharif Urs Fair

Ajmer Sharif Urs Fair

1 May - 10 May
Exhibition

The annual celebration at the Dargah or tomb of the Sufi saint Khwaja Muinuddin Chisti, in Ajmer is... more »

Jagannath Yatra 2014

Jagannath Yatra 2014

29 Jun
Exhibition

Every year the grand Rath-Yatra is held on the Ashaad Shukla Dwitya of Vikram Samvat, as per the... more »

Hariyali Amavasya

Hariyali Amavasya

26 Jul
Exhibition

The Fair of ‘Hariyali Amavasya’ is a monsoon festival celebrated on Amavasya or a" No Moon... more »

Eid ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr

28 Jul
Exhibition

Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramadan. 'Fitr' means to break and it signifies the... more »

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