Architecture - be it in historical monuments, grille patterns of Calcutta homes or arches and balconies in art deco buildings - have all become part of our work.
In our new work, we have tried to recreate the wall patterns of Itimad-Ud-Daulah mausoleum or Baby Taj. The tomb was commissioned by Nur Jahan, the wife of Jahangir, for her father Mirza Ghiyas Beg. Its intricate motifs, geometric symmetry, decorative schemes, delicate marble jali work and influnce of Persian architecture makes it an architectural wonder and is often considered to have inspired that of the Taj Mahal, which was built by Nur Jahan’s stepson, Shah Jahan.
The three coloured jali work on marble found on the walls and floors of this tomb is intricately hand embroidered on silk and we bring to you this “embroidered architecture” on fabric. We would love to take you through the process of creating her.
We have lovingly named her Nur Jahan.
Delivery Timeline : 7 Working Days
Fabric: Raw silk
Wash Care: Dry Clean
Color: Off White
Customisation: For size customisation (contact us at +91-81001 53947)
Saree: The model is wearing BOMBAY SAPPHIRE SAREE - https://paramacalcutta.com/collections/saree/products/bombay-sapphire
NOTE: YOU CANNOT RETURN, EXCHANGE & CANCEL THE PRODUCTS AFTER CUSTOMIZATION.
Disclaimer: We have tried to put photos clicked in natural light to avoid discrepancies. However a little variation may occur to due to individual screen settings.