Indian Jewelry

Fifty years in the tortuous 5,000-year history of India is but a teardrop in the Arabian Sea. Despite chaos during the past five decades – the assassinations of two leaders, religious and political conflicts in certain regions, a tragic toxic gas leak at Bhopal – a half-century of freedom that began at midnight on Aug. 14, 1947, in this world’s most populous democracy (about 950 million people) is cause for celebration. Enchantment with India lives on. The fascination with India that was sparked around the world over 10 years ago by the films Gandhi and A Passage to India, along with the television treasure “The Jewel in the Crown,” has been rekindled. This year, exhibits and programs in museums and institutions in the U.S. and abroad focus on India’s rich culture: antique carpets, 16th to 19th century court paintings, dance, textiles and jewels. At the forefront of these e
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