Embracing Indian Architecture: Ratnesh Tambi's Inspiration for the "RamRatna" Collection

Introducing the "RamRatna" collection curated by Ratnesh Tambi, a harmonious fusion of cultural depth and contemporary elegance

Post By : IJ News Service On 02 March 2024 6:29 PM

Ratnesh Tambi, a jeweller from Jaipur, believes that the jewellery crafted in Hindustan until now was inspired by the Mughal era. With the completion of the Ram Temple and the consecration of Lord Rama, Ratnesh advocates that jewellery should now draw inspiration from the Ram Temple and our ancient culture. This unique perspective infuses the "RamRatna" collection with a profound cultural narrative, bridging the gap between tradition and contemporary elegance. Tambi proudly presents its latest collection, "RamRatna," a heartfelt journey through Ayodhya, paying sincere homage to the sacred Ram Mandir.

Inspired by the architectural marvels and intricate carvings of the Ram Mandir, each piece in the "RamRatna" collection narrates a story of devotion and artistry. Picture tracing the graceful arches, sculpted wall art, jaali designs, and delicate flower patterns adorning the temple walls - Tambi has translated these nuances into a collection that transcends ordinary jewellery, becoming a living tapestry of Ayodhya's cultural opulence.

The collection, crafted with finesse, mirrors the intricate roof design of the temple. Studded in diamonds, rubies, and emeralds, it is an embodiment of the divine arches of the Ram Mandir. The design was meticulously taken from the temple's roof and brought to life by Tambi's skilled karigars.

Paying tribute to the sculpted wall architecture around the Lord Rama idol, the pieces capture the stunning intricacy of the temple's design and offer a profound expression of cultural opulence.

"RamRatna" is more than an adornment, it is a vessel of the Ram Mandir's essence. Reflecting Ayodhya's timeless spirit and vivid history intricately crafted with love, devotion, and an unparalleled commitment to preserving cultural heritage.


Once influenced by the Mughal era, now finding inspiration in the sacredness of the Ram Temple and our rich ancient roots- a cultural transition

- Ratnesh Tambi

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