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Where do we make our Jewelry

18 Mar 2021
by Marissa Eykenloof

Jaipur is the capital of Rajasthan is also famous as the Pink City. It is known as Heritage City because of its rich heritage culture, customs, traditions, fairs and festivals, civilization, and hundreds years old forts and monuments. The glorious architecture of Jaipur is renowned across the world. Wonderful Forts and Monuments garland the entire city in a planned manner.

The bustling modern city is one of the three corners of the golden triangle that includes Delhi, Agra and Jaipur


Eventually, try the Tuk Tuk or Rickshaw to go through Jaipur more easily and live the Indian experience. Take your time to visit the Amber palace, City Palace, Jantar Mantar and the HAWA MAHAL (Palace of Wind) amongst other things
Don't forget that India has a lovely cuisine and lots of festivals during the year




These days, gem cutters, jewelry designers and garment-makers are still flourishing in one of India’s most popular tourist and shopping destinations.


When we talk about India as the leading market for gems and jewelry, it mostly means Jaipur. Apart from being a tourist place, Jaipur is also regarded as a major market for gems and jewelry. The jewelry manufacturing has been happening in Jaipur for centuries. The Jaipur Maharaja (Indian prince) had played the vital role in setting Jaipur as a hub of the jewelry market. Jewelry manufacturing, as well as gemstones, have been the traditional family business of some of the local jewelers of Jaipur. Their generations are continuing the business, although, quite of them have adopted the latest technology while maintaining their sanctity for the traditional designs.

Furthermore, the industry has turned into a major source of employment in the country. It is employing more than 4.64 million workers. In addition to this, the jewelry industry is contributing approx 7 % of the country’s GDP whereas it shares approx 15 % of the country’s total merchandise exports. Hence, this is majorly an export-oriented business in the country.



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