Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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Lovers of jewellery– The Great Mughals
Dr. Farha Deeba
In this paper, the researcher has attempted to present the attraction and affection of the Mughal emperors towards Jewelleryas to how the Mughal emperors provided their patronage to the skilled artisans in the royal Karkhnas. The Mughal Emperors, royal ladies to common man were fond ofJewellery. The process of making Mughal ornaments involved an exceptional knowledge of trained goldsmiths employed in the royal karkhana.Skilled craftsmen in every field of jewellery designing to making the Mughal emperors were patronized. In addition, the Mughal emperors' special attachment to precious stones, the techniques of Mughal ornaments, and the influences depicted on the jewellery have been explained. The beautiful designs, and fine workmanship created by the skilled artisan of the Mughal Empire add to the attractiveness of these rare pieces of jewelry in Indian society even today.
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