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Amrapali Museum

Distinct style of jewelry and jeweled items created by numerous regional tribes and craftsmen from different regions of India are on display in this compact but stunningly beautiful Amrapali Museum located in Jaipur, Rajasthan, that sways the visitors with its breathtaking collection of gold and silver accessories.

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Information for Visitors

Timing: 11 am to 6 pm (Sunday closed)

Location: K-14/B, Ashok Marg, C-Scheme, Jaipur, Rajasthan

Entry Fees: Rs600 per head

About the Museum

An idyllic place for females, the Amrapali Museum is a beautiful museum located in the pink city Jaipur in Rajasthan and houses an exquisite and stunning collection of Indian jewelry and jeweled objects. Founded in 2018, the museum is an initiative of the founders of Amrapali Jewels Pvt. Ltd. – Rajiv Arora and Rajesh Ajmera, and the collection is slow labor of love and passion that began forty years ago and continues to this day.

The Amrapali Museum is spread over two floors. The ground floor of the museum has a vast assortment of silver and gold jewelry from every district of India with a special emphasis on pieces that are associated with rites of passage, from birth to death. The basement is a treasure trove of artifacts that have been an inspiration for many craftsmen throughout history that also including an array of silver objects and jewelry. The museum boasts of having over 4000 pieces of exhibits, out of which 800 are on display and the rest can be glimpsed in the Visual Storage section.

Some of the major highpoints of this beautiful museum include a gem-studded back scratcher that can conceal two daggers, a stunning silver chariot, a cascade of gold that adorns a woman’s braid, a king’s scepter with a magnificent elephant head, gold-plated shoes studded with precious stones, and much more. The museum is a fine specimen for creating awareness about the heritage and culture of the country and is a demonstration of India’s craftsmanship. From housing jewelry for every part of the human body, jeweled artifacts from every corner of India, valuable textiles embroidered with gold and silver, and much more are showcased in the museum that is an awe-inspiring collection and a fascinating place, especially for visitors coming from foreign lands. The museum also has a souvenir shop from where visitors can buy finely handcrafted silver jewelry and similar objects as that in the museum.

Nearby Tourist Attractions:

  • Hawa Mahal
  • City Palace
  • Jantar Mantar
  • Albert Hall Museum