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This forgotten photo taken years ago while looking a palace on the other and exhibited in “Journeys of the Soul” came alive today. ..read more
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This note is a compilation of my jottings taken over the years of collecting Phulkaris as I navigated the sub-categories of the magnificent ..read more
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The paint has worn out. And there are plenty of nicks on the woodwork, each telling an unforgetable tale. Layers of old paint shed – ..read more
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Described as “Living History in your hands” the jewels of Indian monarchs are from a different world! A watch-only auction for me… I ..read more
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Bronze Art by Franz Bergman seen on the internet: Cute eh? Shall we conclude that he loved rugs as well? These are cold-painted bronzes ..read more
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Bronze Art by Franz Bergman seen on the internet: Cute eh? Shall we conclude that he loved rugs as well? These are cold-painted bronzes ..read more
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Seen at the magnificent Mumbai Airport Museum. Cannot get enough of this airport! jm April 2019 The post The Art of Marble Jalis appeared ..read more
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Pydhonie, Mumbai, April 16, 2019. It is in the midst of the wholesale markets for everything. It is in this area that Dhirubhai Ambani ..read more
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The wealth of one’s life is the memories we collect – for only these can travel with us everywhere and be summoned at a moment’s ..read more
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Adapted from my talk on the subject Tibetan astrology borrows from Hindu constructs as well as Chinese constructs. Through artworks, let us ..read more

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