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Rugged Rose Quartz, Aquamarine and Green Amethyst Earrings

Rugged Rose Quartz, Aquamarine and Green Amethyst Earrings

"This jewelry is classy in its own right. Like fine wine or tea, it does not attempt to overmusk or steal the spotlight. Yet, one can not help but notice this clarity, cut, and vibrance this jewelry exudes. Its aura is further enhanced by the wearer, casting a long look of admiration by others.

Made with a unique combination of three precious stones; rose quartz, aquamarine and green amethyst. Though loosely pieced together, the ruggedness of the stones exude confidence and a youthful vibe, representing a youthful, effortless and fuss-free style of the wearer. Forming a pyramid shape, the stones are stacked in this manner to showcase and elongate the neckline of the wearer. Best worn with short bob or hair pulled back into a ponytail, the pale colors of the stones make it an easy match for clothes of all styles and patterns.

This exquisite piece of jewelry is suitable for all occasions and matches well with most outfits and designs. The gemstone brings positive properties to the wearer, and dispels negativity to overcome challenges. Sourced and brought to you by Exotic India Art, this is a one of a kind jewelry. Most pieces are stocked in limited quantites. What are you waiting for? Don't kick yourself later when it is too late. "

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Festival of Kites

Festival of Kites

Navneet Parikh never ceases to amaze his audience with the perfect artistry. In this painting, he encapsulates a bisque toned lady with wide set brown eyes and a lovely Greek nose as she flies a kite. Her countenance is blessed with salmon colored lips that twitch in a suppressed smile, contrasting her high arch rounded eyebrows and the curled lock of hair that rests on her sideburn. The plump faced lady is appareled in a short bright thulian tinged crop top choli, sewn with astounding golden gotas, coupling this outfit with a crimson red cotton lehenga, bordered with a royal blue gota that is embellished with beautiful golden floral designs and eye-catching beads. A translucent algae green dupatta imprinted with sequins and splendidly colored flowers drapes down her beautiful charcoal black hair styling to envelop her as it twists around her waist. The fantabulous lass is festooned with a copper gold and silver arm ring that goes along with her royal choker necklace that is embossed with lovely solitaires, extending over to a multi-layered pearl opera, studded with breathtaking gemstones. She wears a crème white ersatz nose ring, combining it with her distinguished dangling jhumkas, debossed in a ravishing outlook, thus complimenting her silver beady headpiece and the stunning Tuscany bangles that clasp her string holding hands.

She is accompanied by an equally elegant caramel complexioned woman whose countenance is adorned with thin lips and a fantastic aquiline nose that enhance her wide round eyes which are protected by her soft angled eyebrows. This lass is dressed in an exotic olive-green crop top choli and a remarkable amber colored pleated lehenga that is imprinted with gorgeous flowers, painted in bright red and dark green colors. A superb diaphanous dusty amethyst dupatta embossed with gleaming green tinsel like sequins envelop the woman as she outfits it in a glamorous way. She is adorned in jewelries that matches those of her female partner except for her drop shaped headpiece that hangs over her silky hair as she takes hold of the beige colored manja dor.

The background is illustrated to exhibit a fort like architecture, capturing many mosques and protruding minarets along with multiple archetypal domes that are colored in pretty crème white, bronze and golden tints contrasted by a dusty steel blue water that flows in a rectangular pond as three medallion tinged swans swim in the lush green bushes' decorated pool. The Carolina blue cloudy sky is filled with a dozen of soaring kites that are hued in exotic colors, going along with the bright golden cage which captivates a shining pine green parrot as it rests over the cemented flooring. This amazing scene is pictured with a lovely picturesque rectangular enclosure, emblazoned with vibrant painted kites that distinguish the perfect floral motifs embellished on the canvas and even a few more prominent tinted kites that spread on the floor with sharp red and blue manja dors that rest on the ground. This painting turns out to be a perfect match for those who seek paintings from the ancient mughal eras as they are an excellent reminder of the old yet alive culture, portraying the mixed feelings of ecstasy and imprisonment, depicting a parrot who is caged despite the kite flying season, in this fine piece of art.

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Cream Stole from Kashmir with Hand-Embroidered Multicolor flowers All-Over

Cream Stole from Kashmir with Hand-Embroidered Multicolor flowers All-Over

If you are a lover of ethnic fashion, your wardrobe is not quite complete without Kashmiri woollens. Not only are these shawls made from the finest-quality wool in the world, the rich embroidery they come with are endemic to the region in terms of technique and motifs. The one you see on this page is a quintessentially Kashmiri number. A solid pristine foundation, check. Dense embroidery finished entirely by hand, check. Motifs of flowers found in abundance in the valley, check.

Note the signature colour palette of this shawl. Tints of warm pastels such as orange and mauve and red, of flowers gathered in bunches of three across the field of the shawl. The flowers are interspersed with vines of the most beauteous colours - soft red blooms, mauve and orange blossoms in multiple shades and tints, and a profusion of green and brown tendrils. A shawl as exquisite as this is just the thing to layer over your choicest Indian sarees and suits.

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Perch Parrot With Richly Detailed Plumage

Perch Parrot With Richly Detailed Plumage

The temples of the South are known for their magnificence. They are usually the tallest structures in their respective vicinity, richly carved with images that capture the imagination of the devoted. A whole genre of contemporary sculptural art in India is devoted to replicating the images that grace the exterior of these ancient temples. These images surround the central deity of the temple in question and could be found anywhere from just outside the garbhagrha (housing the central deity) to the spire of the temple itself.

The visual of pastel-coloured wood is a very Southern thing in Indian art. Zoom in on the skilful serrations of the parrot’s richly detailed plumage and the stylised lotus pedestal it is perched on. An example of temple-style architecture, it is probably inspired by a decorative edge of the cornice at some ancient temple. The stance is like it is watching over the devotees that step in and out of the temple of their lord or Devi.

The protrusion of the breast is at a sharp angle to the curve of the neck, adding an impression of the dynamic to this work. Note the gracious silhouette of its wings in motion, the restful state of its tail, and the half-open beak that is indicative of the creature’s level of engagement with the object before it.

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Amber Crown Pendant

Amber Crown Pendant

"Being a veteran in this business, Exotic India Art definitely knows what it's doing. All jewelry are sourced and brought to you after a strict selection and eye for trends.

The pendant is squarish with rounded edges. Encasing it is sterling silver that entwines at the top into circular weaves, representing balance; the birth and result of life. The amber is further crowned with a larger half-moon frame on both sides, weaving into two larger swirls. In the middle of the amber pendant is a flower emblem, serving as a reminder to, and representation of the wearer's youthfulness, curiosity, and tenacity in life.

The jewelry has a certain heft to it and does not feel cheap. Yet, it does not weigh down heavily on the wearer causing discomfort. Great as a gift for your loved one to show appreciation to them for all that they have done. This beautiful piece is sourced and brought to you by Exotic India Art. Only available here, while stocks last."

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Shah Jahan

Shah Jahan

The ancient nostalgia strikes right back with this watercolor masterpiece as Kailash Raj encapsulates the Mughal Emperor and Premier, Shah Jehan with his lovely brush strokes. He is depicted as a medium brown olive undertoned prince whose countenance is adorned with thin black rounded eyebrows complimented by his lovely almond shaped eyes that are hooded with thick lashes. A firm Greek nose is illustrated in his face with a short philtrum that show out his full lips. His facial hair is neatly trimmed to exhibit a sophisticated ducktail beard and thick sideburns that etch the canvas.

The royal is appareled in a chiffon white jama that is emblazoned with aqua white drop shaped stones, fastened around his body with a vibrant motif waistband tinted in an amber and watermelon orange tint, coupled with his bright yellow churidar pajamas which are embellished with yellow and green checkered lines. His feet are gracefully decorated with an olive painted khussa with golden imprints along with a fire yellow stripe of vibrant floral pattern envelops it.

The prince's ears are ornamented with pearl hoops and a tri-layered white pearl opera with lovely gemstones drapes over his chest. A thin brown belt goes diagonally from his left shoulder down his waist. An old fashioned dagger with a gold plated handle is sheathed in a leather covering embossed with intricate black-gold designs. The geezer's wrists are graced with sparkling silver bracelets and expensive stone embedded rings. His unkempt hair is cleverly covered in a cotton turban that is illustrated in vivacious colors and beady strands that droop over every pleat, luring the spectators. A strong blackish silver shield peaks across his thighs as the Highness takes on a grim expression with his eyes fixed in an infinite direction while a gloomy backdrop lingers over the spectators quite mysteriously making it your first and best shopping item.

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Aluminum-Grey Uppada Sari from Bangalore with Zari-Woven Motifs on Border and Pallu

Aluminum-Grey Uppada Sari from Bangalore with Zari-Woven Motifs on Border and Pallu

Bangalore is famous for producing the fine weave of the famous Uppada sarees. A geographical indicator of the East Godavari district, these silk sarees are the more understated versions of the sumptuous silks of the South (think Kanjeevarams, Mysore silks, and Kondrads). No Indian bridal trousseau is complete without a handful of carefully selected Uppadas, as they are indispensable for one’s post-wedding obligations. The one you see on this page is fit to be worn to poojas as well as formal gatherings and weddings.

The pale charcoal field features dense floral tendril motifs. The same is superimposed with large gold lotus-shaped booties. More gold zariwork (gold-thread embroidery, a distinctly Persian influence on Indian heritage fashion) is to be found in dense proportions on the thick border of this number. The infusion of sindoori pink on the endpiece adds a world of feminine appeal to the colour palette. Zoom in on the luxuriant motifs woven onto the pink of the endpiece and the fine motifs along the border.

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The Serenity Of Devi Durga

The Serenity Of Devi Durga

Devi Durga is a rare confluence. She has the traditional iconography of the fair Hindu Devi, coupled with a wrathful personality. While She is associated with great ferocity and invincibility, this marble composition depicts the serene solitary side of Lord Shiva’s wife. She is simhavahini (simha is Sanskrit for lion, vahini for rider), seated in lalitasana on the back of Her roaring steed, who looks ready to pounce on the first asura in sight. Her weapons are intact in seven of Her eight arms (She is ashtabhujadhari, or eight-armed, Devi), but the right anterior hand is raised in blessing over Her devotees. Note the precision and attention to detail with which the fingers and toes have been carved by the artisan.

She is clad in a peach sari draped in contemporary North Indian style, over a pastel green blouse. Gold necklaces descend from Her long neck, and gather over the kamarband clasped around Her small waist. The crown on Her gentle head is studded with the finest rubies and emeralds, from the rim of which cascades dense black tresses. A dual-rim halo with jagged bits of gold could be seen around Her crowned head. She looks over Her devotees with Her large, long-lashed eyes. A composure of supreme grace and benevolence characterises Her countenance.

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Amethyst Pendant

Amethyst Pendant

Finding the perfect gift for your loved is never an easy task. The question of quality is often an issue, followed by good design and reasonable pricing. Here at Exotic India Art, we bring to you the best money-worth jewelry at your conveniece so you don't have to waste time hunting high and low. Come appreciate this piece with us as we know you have got good taste.

Made of sterling silver and amethyst, this pendant measures at 1.5 inch in height, and 1 inch in width. Weighing 11 grams, it is neither too heavy nor light. At the perfect weight, this statement jewelry brings elegance and grace to the wearer. The pendant is moulded into an inverted tear-drop shape, with the purple amethyst encrusted as the centrepiece. Amethyst is known for its healing properties, and the natural calming effects to soothe and dispel mood swings, rage, fear and anxiety. On the borders of the amethyst, are layers of repeated circular and triangular motifs, tracing the shape of the pendant.

At the very heart of Exotic India Art is the desire and determination to provide our customers with the best jewelry in quality and design at affordable prices. We know how the extra touch of a jewelry on an outfit can instantly change the look and aura. Whether it is adding more glamour, fun, colour or elegance, Exotic India Art is very well in tuned with the latest trends and what our customer wants. Each piece is brought to you with extra care and effort. Only available in limited pieces, while stocks last. Pamper yourself because you can.

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Creating Her Own Raga for a Thunderous Night

Creating Her Own Raga for a Thunderous Night

A beige-complexioned woman with lovely features and henna-colored hair is painted with amazing brush strokes, depicting the lass in a lapis blue chest length choli, coupled with her dusty amber and a spotted lehenga that contrast with her sequined scarlet-red waistband that droops down the lehenga. Her translucent sparkling dupatta fails to cover her beautiful hair as she closes her almond eyes with the remarkable raag that she plays from her coin gray and golden sitar, by the riverside, making the birds entranced in her tune, while they sit on the sitar's kunti.

The lady is adorned with fire gold bangles and exquisite armbands. Her hair is ornamented with a crystal maang tikka, along with a matha patti that skillfully drapes down her hair. Her sleek Greek nose is pierced with a beautiful nose ring and her protruding ears are blessed with splendid moonstone drop earrings. The long neck is amazingly portrayed as a hub of jewels with alluring pearl choker necklace and an entrancing layered crystal beaded opera. Her fingertips are illustrated with henna and her graceful feet are embellished with glittery anklets which are a pleasure to watch.

Bright red apples and lime colored bananas sit on a gold painted plate that is accompanied with a bulgy golden water vessel and a saucer. Her backdrop is carved with great handiwork, to show a thunderous night, with lotus blooming in the river as the lush drees are engulfed in darkness. Lightning bolts are beautifully captured, alongside the high brown mountains, yet depicting all the birds and ducks to be bewitched in the lady's music.

An aura of peace prevails, depicting a strong connection with nature. The onlookers are even lost in the mystique music of the elegant sitar, making it a secretive yet entrancing moment between them and the divine art.

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