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Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing

Chanwar Palkhiwalon-ki-Haveli | Kheri Gate, Amber, Jaipur 302017, India
+91 141 253 0226
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A small textile museum dedicated to the ancient craft of hand block printing. Housed in a restored UNSECO award winning 400 year old building - well kept displays, good information, friendly staff, a printing & wood block carving craftsman demonstrating on site, clean toilets, an excellent small (fixed price) museum shop, & a cafe serving fresh organic coffee. A quiet haven - 10 min walk through the quaint old town of Amber. Please ensure that you have been taken to the correct location. We do not pay commission; some drivers or guides may try to take you elsewhere. Entry Price: rs.80 per adult | rs.50 concession | rs.25 for students and children | video camera entry additional rs.100
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Chanwar Palkhiwalon-ki-Haveli | Kheri Gate, Amber, Jaipur 302017, India
+91 141 253 0226
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a delight if you have interest to know about hand printing. You could even see and do some hand printing here. Also, the collection put up is pretty amazing. You can walk to here from Amer fort, or by visit by vehicle instead....More

Thank Mohit S
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This quiet place only minutes from Amber Fort was the best attraction of Jaipur. Away from the tourist crowds we entered this beautiful restored haveli. The entrance fee is very small and everything is so quiet and serene. It is a small museum but nevertheless...More

Thank Kasia K
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Housed in a renovated building that is just beautiful to see, the Museum of Hand Printing is a wonderful place to see both traditional and contemporary clothing made from hand printed fabrics. Seriously, I don't know if the old clothes or the modern designed garments...More

Thank Elizabeth R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Gorgeous building. A very comprehensive and accessible presentation of different schools of prints with their origins. The kids really enjoyed making their own block prints.

Thank mridularamesh
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I visited the Anokhi museum separate from touring the Amber Fort, but I can see why visitors choose to go the museum after the fort. Once you finish the fort, you need a quiet moment. Anokhi offers peace as you meander through a restored mansion...More

Thank bubbleg3
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

If you enjoy textiles (my wife is mad for them) you will enjoy this understated and calm haven. A museum set in an old mansion building houses a great collection of hand blocked fabrics and exhibits by craftsmen who are charming and very skilled. Sit...More

Thank Piddler1969
Reviewed 2 October 2017

a great museum.Amazing collection of textiles. If you love the hand and block paintings, you would love this place. but there are not ac and summers very hot there. so come here in cold day

Thank anjuanjali
Reviewed 24 September 2017

I honestly love this place and it's got a great display of block printing. But there is no AC and if the weather is warm beware, you are required to go up and down several sets of steep steps. It's in a lovely old Haveli...More

Thank bayerfam1
Reviewed 22 September 2017 via mobile

A great little museum in a nicely restored building. The museum was lovely and quiet and a nice place to visit after Amber fort. I'm not a big textiles fan, so the main exhibit only had a passing interest for me.The real highlight was watching...More

1  Thank Neil H
Reviewed 21 September 2017

Amazing collection of textiles from past to present. Print techniques from different parts of Rajasthan is on display. Its a joy to watch the two craftsman at work, for block making and for block printing on fabric.The best takeaway is you get two presents: one...More

1  Thank ArchitaRoy
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12 February 2017|
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Response from SDhruvi | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is an entrance fee and they provide a demonstration. The visitors have an opportunity to try their hand at block printing.
22 October 2016|
Response from claus0161 | Reviewed this property |
I would suggest to call them before visiting. I am not sure if the workshop is at appointment only or only during tourist season.
21 December 2015|
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Response from Roxysart | Reviewed this property |
I got some small blocks from the jaipur city palace shop