Anokhi Museum of hand painting is located in pink city. this Museum has Anokha collection. Good experience
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Very interesting the history and tradition of the artistic work. There are even practical demonstrations of the work too.
The restored haveli mansion that the museum is housed in is about worth a visit on its own. On a 110 degree day outside it was remarkable how cool the interior of the haveli was due to the think cement walls and strategically placed windows....More
A hidden gem in Amer. Happy to have visited this museum. Everything was so clearly explained and the demonstrations of making the blocks and printing on fabric are a big plus on the total experience! Also contemporary art is showed, making this traditional craft very...More
I would highly recommend a trip to this beautifully restored haveli where you can watch a true craftsman carve a wooden block before observing the printer use a series of blocks to make a multi coloured pattern.
I love textiles, especially floral prints and paisleys. A daytrip to Saganer to see the block print artisans would have been thrilling for me but not for my son or parents. The Anokhi Museum, housed in a heritage building near the Amer Fort, was a...More
Loved our visit here and spent over an hour exploring all this heritage haveli has to offer. The haveli itself is beautiful and has been restored with traditional methods which are explained within the museum. It is remarkably cool in comparison to the outdoor heat....More
We hired a car and driver and went there on a much looked forward to visit...only to find that, despite the information they posted on their web site, it was most definitely closed! No one was there to explain why. Sadly we did not have...More
If you love textiles, then you really must visit this museum to understand the fascinating history and artisanal processes behind India's textile industry. Great gift shop too, should you wish to buy...