Taj Mahal interior detail, marble inlay. Yes did you know there is a lot of color on the Taj!

Taj Mahal interior detail, marble inlay. Yes did you know there is a lot of color on the Taj!

A Jali screen of relief carved pierced marble, central tomb chamber, Taj Mahal, Via The Majesty of Mughal Decoration, George Michell, Thames and Hudson,

A Jali screen of relief carved pierced marble, central tomb chamber, Taj Mahal, Via The Majesty of Mughal Decoration, George Michell, Thames and Hudson,

6-c hand painted tile panel Iznik Art from Turkey

40x140cm - Tree of Life Ceramic Tile Panel

The shape of the outline of this art looks like the shape of typical mosques or Islamic religious settings. Emily works with traditional Islamic art and this would inspire her because inside the outline there are tessellations of the artwork she usually works with. Perhaps it could inspire her to work with certain styles to form a special outline.

The shape of the outline of this art looks like the shape of typical mosques or Islamic religious settings. Emily works with traditional Islamic art and this would inspire her because inside the outline there are tessellations of the artwork she usually works with. Perhaps it could inspire her to work with certain styles to form a special outline.

Wall panel decorated with finest pietra dura inlay in Lahore.

View Stock Photo of Hard Stone Inlay In The Lahore Fort. Find premium, high-resolution photos at Getty Images.

Chikankari craft is said to be brought to Lucknow in 18th century from East Bengal by the Nawabs of Awadh. It is said that Noorjahan, wife of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir introduced it in Lucknow. The craft passed on to the womenfolk of the community, as a source of subsidiary earning for the family. However, the emergence of British Raj gave the big shock to the chikankari craft. The import of super fine low priced mill textile from England caused the decline of the trade of chikan craft.

Chikankari craft is said to be brought to Lucknow in 18th century from East Bengal by the Nawabs of Awadh. It is said that Noorjahan, wife of the Mughal Emperor Jahangir introduced it in Lucknow. The craft passed on to the womenfolk of the community, as a source of subsidiary earning for the family. However, the emergence of British Raj gave the big shock to the chikankari craft. The import of super fine low priced mill textile from England caused the decline of the trade of chikan craft.

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