Mughal Love

This blog is simply about remembering the enriched culture and history of India long before it was divided into pakistan and bangladesh. The Mughal Empire was the dominant power in the Indian subcontinent between the mid-16th century and the early 18th century
Aishwarya Rai in “Jodha Akbar”. 
The jewelry in this film along with many others is created by Art Karat. 
The Art Karat jewelry collection boasts of a wide variety of both classic and contemporary designs, to adorn a woman from head to toe, we strive to create jewelry for every occasion. The collection derives its inspiration from many sources among them are the temples of Khajuraho, the kingdoms of Rajasthan, the Mughals and the everlasting era of Indian cinema.

Aishwarya Rai in “Jodha Akbar”. 

The jewelry in this film along with many others is created by Art Karat. 

The Art Karat jewelry collection boasts of a wide variety of both classic and contemporary designs, to adorn a woman from head to toe, we strive to create jewelry for every occasion. The collection derives its inspiration from many sources among them are the temples of Khajuraho, the kingdoms of Rajasthan, the Mughals and the everlasting era of Indian cinema.

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