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1881

The luxurious history began with Rai Bahadur Champalal of Beawar. He was bestowed the title of ‘Rai Bahadur’ by the British and given the mark of ‘Raniwala’ in the 17th century. His passion and appreciation for fine jewellery live on as a legacy, and stand as a hallmark of the Raniwala family.

 
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Rai Bahadur Champalal of Beawar

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The Mark of Seth Champalal at Beawar Haveli

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Rooted in Beawar, the legacy of Raniwala began as a collector of fine jewellery and crafts of Rajasthan. Rai Bahadur Champalal was a connoisseur of gems and stones from an early age, with an astute eye for flair and opulence of jewellery. The walls of the majestic haveli and family temple reflect the history of the royal past.

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The Jain Temple built in 1890 in Beawar maintained by the Raniwala Trust

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As custodians of traditional jewels, the Raniwala family showcases treasured collections. Artisanal techniques, finest gemstones and intricate settings coalesce to form award-winning jewellery that combines the old and the new. The gems echo the imperial history of the land, and the rich promise of a brand that embraces time and has evolved with it.

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Raniwala Sethji ki Nasia Stamp,
Approved by the Govt. of India

 
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Cheque no. 017752 of the Raniwala Bank from the 1940’s

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The temple is designed with traditional motifs and decorative techniques

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The traditional 'Rath', Chariot handle of Beawar haveli 

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Age old traditions being passed on over generations

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Ornamental architecture and designs at the family temple and haveli in Beawar

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The visual story of the branding has also been inspired by the beauty of Jadau jewellery and the history of the Raniwala family. Each element interprets the unusual setting of Jadau pieces, artifacts and architecture of the haveli. It comes together forming a graphic language which is modern yet timeless, and unique to the family.

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A teardrop polki in the centre, depicts a face of a bejeweled woman,
with deco lines forming a delicate structure.

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