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Raghavendra

A couturier of
royal lineage

Rathore

Obeetee- Procud To Be Indian

Obeetee- Procud To Be Indian - Raghavendra Rathore

Obeetee- Procud To Be Indian

Obeetee- Procud To Be Indian

A member of the royal family of Jodhpur, the distinguished designer has explored motifs, colors, and patterns that are emblematic of his aristocratic lineage. These handmade rugs take inspiration from the Jodhpur gaadi masand, Rajasthan Architecture and the Jodhpur Coat of Arms.

This collection holds up a canvas of Imperial influences and rich textile wisdom that is intrinsic to India.

the collections

1

Durbar Gadi Masand

Rendered with opulent embroidery in velvet, this collection derives inspiration from the textured royal settees used by kings and queens in darbars of yore.

Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Durbar Gadi Masand
Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Coat Of Arms

2

Coat Of Arms

An offbeat showcase of logos, emblems, insignias and monograms of Rajput princely states.

3

Rajasthan Architecture

Inspired by the kaleidoscopic atmosphere of the Sheesh Mahal in Mehrangarh Fort - its majestic arches, mirror work and its brightly painted frescoes.

Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Rajasthan Architecture
 

1

Durbar Gadi Masand

Bejewlled Inheri ...

$ 6,120

Riwaayat ( Tradi ...

$ 2,267

Khwabeeda( Dream ...

$ 6,120

Ruhaniyat(Soulfu ...

$ 9,067
 

2

Coat Of Arms

Heraldry

$ 2,267

Dune Crest

$ 9,067

Regal Seal

$ 9,067

Lancers Insignia

$ 6,120

Totem Tryst

$ 4,533
 

3

Rajasthan Architecture

Narlai Mural

$ 2,267

Jhaalara Oasis ...

$ 4,533

Nazakat( Delicat ...

$ 2,267

Nazakat (Delica ...

$ 2,267

Nazakat (Delica ...

$ 2,267

Zenana Jharoka

$ 9,067
 
In the making
 

01

carving

To accentuate the antique textures

Mirzapur

02

the designer

Raghavendra Rathore

Jodhpur

03

prepping

Selection of colours for the collection

Mirzapur

04

weaving

The weaver on his loom

Bhadohi

05

inspection

Counting the number of knots

Mirzapur

06

singeing

A finishing process

Mirzapur

 

Raghavendra

A couturier of royal lineage

Rathore

Obeetee- Proud To Be Indian

Raghavendra

A couturier of
royal lineage

Rathore

Obeetee- Proud To Be Indian

Obeetee- Procud To Be Indian - Raghavendra Rathore

A member of the royal family of Jodhpur, the distinguished designer has explored motifs, colors, and patterns that are emblematic of his aristocratic lineage. These handmade rugs take inspiration from the Jodhpur gaadi masand, Rajasthan Architecture and the Jodhpur Coat of Arms.

This collection holds up a canvas of Imperial influences and rich textile wisdom that is intrinsic to India.

A member of the royal family of Jodhpur, the distinguished designer has explored motifs, colors, and patterns that are emblematic of his aristocratic lineage. These handmade rugs take inspiration from the Jodhpur gaadi masand, Rajasthan Architecture and the Jodhpur Coat of Arms.

This collection holds up a canvas of Imperial influences and rich textile wisdom that is intrinsic to India.

 

the collections

Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Durbar Gadi Masand

1

Durbar Gadi Masand

Rendered with opulent embroidery in velvet, this collection derives inspiration from the textured royal settees used by kings and queens in darbars of yore.

1
Durbar Gadi Masand
Rendered with opulent embroidery in velvet, this collection derives inspiration from the textured royal settees used by kings and queens in darbars of yore.
Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Coat Of Arms

2

Coat Of Arms

An offbeat showcase of logos, emblems, insignias and monograms of Rajput princely states.

2
Coat Of Arms
An offbeat showcase of logos, emblems, insignias and monograms of Rajput princely states.
Obeetee - Raghavendra Rathore - Rajasthan Architecture

3

Rajasthan Architecture

Inspired by the kaleidoscopic atmosphere of the Sheesh Mahal in Mehrangarh Fort - its majestic arches, mirror work and its brightly painted frescoes.

3
Rajasthan Architecture
Inspired by the kaleidoscopic atmosphere of the Sheesh Mahal in Mehrangarh Fort - its majestic arches, mirror work and its brightly painted frescoes.
 

1

Durbar Gadi Masand

 

2

Coat Of Arms

 

3

Rajasthan Architecture

 
In the making
 

01

carving

To accentuate the antique textures

Mirzapur

02

the designer

Raghavendra Rathore

Jodhpur

03

prepping

Selection of colours for the collection

Mirzapur

04

weaving

The weaver on his loom

Bhadohi

05

inspection

Counting the number of knots

Mirzapur

06

singeing

A finishing process

Mirzapur