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Chanwar Palkiwalon ki Haveli (Anokhi Haveli), Kheri Gate, Amber, Jaipur, Rajasthan 302028, India
+91-141-2530226 +91-141-2531267
entry fee
per person for adults
per person for students
per person for children
per still camera
per camcorder
11:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat
10:30 AM - 5:30 PM
visit duration
45 minutes to 1 hour

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about anokhi museum of hand printing

Set in a restored haveli,  Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing is engaged in interpreting, preserving and collecting the Rajasthani art of Block printing. You can observe a huge variety of textiles in the three-storeyed museum, complete with elaborate explanations of the make, meaning, quality and speciality of the fabric and its print. One of the biggest attractions in the museum/art gallery is the on-site demonstration of block printing, which holds a high fascination factor for adults and children alike. 

There is also a small, fixed price museum shop located inside the compound. You can pick up handcrafted books, fabrics and other curious looking showpieces here, which are bound to make great gifts for your loved ones waiting back at home. There is also a small cafe in the same compound, which dishes out a small variety of yummy organic food.

Apart from all this, the place also organises film programs in its small auditorium, where documentaries about the rare art of block printing are showcased. If you feel inspired, you can also enroll in a 2-day workshop where you work alongside the skilled artisans on your own project, learning to make blocks and printed fabrics!

For those who might be unaware, Anokhi is a brand with many stores across the globe, known for reviving the arts of our past. Also, the building in which this museum is currently was painfully restored by Anokhi's founders in 1989, for which they were awarded the  UNESCO prize for ‘Cultural Conservation’.

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Nittu Monga
Nittu Monga
Kid friendly
Jun 25 2014
I went there with my kids. The haveli was a wonderful place with pigeons flying i, . Kids thought it was cool. They got to try their hand with block printing.I read about the museum on tripadvisor and went there. It was quite a surprise. We enjoyed o ...... read more
Rahul Jogesh
Rahul Jogesh
A lovely little museum
Jun 25 2014
What a lovely museum to visit- so interesting to see how the block printing is done. We even had our own one made for each of us and also had a go a doing some printing ourselves. The shop us quite shall, but still good and the cafe was closed but co ...... read more