Floral Marble Inlay by Sajakat Khan


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Size : Medium
Dimensions : 15 inch diameter
Medium : Natural semi precious stone on Marble

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Sajakat Khan, a renowned marble inlay artist from Agra, Uttar Pradesh, presents a stunning marble inlay tile adorned with intricate floral designs, enriched with the vibrant hues of Lapis Lazuli and Carnelian stones. With meticulous precision, Khan expertly carves delicate floral motifs into the pristine white marble surface, creating a captivating tapestry of natural beauty. The rich blue tones of Lapis Lazuli and the warm reddish-orange hues of Carnelian infuse the artwork with depth and vibrancy, enhancing the elegance of the floral patterns. Each stone is carefully cut and shaped to fit seamlessly within the carved grooves, a testament to Khan's skill and dedication to his craft. The result is a masterpiece that harmoniously blends traditional craftsmanship with exquisite natural materials, embodying the timeless allure of marble inlay artistry.


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    Sajakat

    Sajakat Khan, hailing from Faizaan Arts in Agra, is a true artisan whose journey in the world of art began under the guidance of his father during his childhood. With a rich experience of 25 years, Sajakat has honed his skills solely through the teachings passed down from his father. He comes from a family where his brother and nephews are also involved in this craft, demonstrating a beautiful tradition of craftsmanship being passed through generations.

    While Sajakat's formal education was in Agra, he emphasizes that the intricate work he specializes in, particularly inlay work, is not something that can be learned from a course but rather is a craft that one starts from a young age. His dedication to his craft was recognized when he received an award for his work on the Gurudwara in Punjab, although he humbly admits to not remembering the name of the award.

    Sajakat's expertise extends to various prestigious projects, from working on hotels like Radisson in Jammu to resorts in Punjab. His craftsmanship involves a wide range of products, including flower pots, dining tables, trays, and table tops, all crafted according to the specific requirements of his clients.

    What sets Sajakat apart is his appreciation for traditional designs, especially floral motifs, which he believes stand the test of time compared to modern designs. He approaches each project with dedication, ensuring meticulous attention to detail from the initial drawing stage to overseeing the work of his artisans, guiding them on how to achieve the desired results.



    Marble Inlay


    Marble inlay, also known as Pacchikari or Pietra Dura, popularly recognized as the craft of the Taj Mahal is an exquisite art form that has been practiced in India for centuries. It is a tradition of adorning marble surfaces with intricate designs crafted from semi-precious stones. It is especially cherished as a symbol of luxury, elegance, and cultural heritage, captivating admirers with its timeless beauty and craftsmanship. History and Tradition The history of marble inlay can be traced back to the Mughal era in India, particularly during the reign of Emperor Shah Jahan in the 17th century. It is said that the technique of marble inlay was introduced to India by Persian craftsmen during this period. Legend has it that the art of marble inlay was inspired by the intricate patterns found in Persian carpets. Over time, Indian artisans adapted and refined the technique, infusing it with their own distinctive style and motifs drawn from Hindu, Islamic, and Mughal traditions. Technique Marble inlay is a painstakingly detailed process that requires exceptional skill, precision, and patience. At first, high-quality marble is carefully selected, serving as the canvas for the inlay work. Skilled artisans draw intricate designs on it, incorporating geometric patterns, floral motifs, and other decorative elements inspired by traditional Indian and Persian art. Then using specialized tools, they carve out recessed areas in the marble to accommodate the inlay pieces. Semi-precious stones such as lapis lazuli, malachite, onyx, and mother-of-pearl are carefully then cut into precise shapes and sizes to fit into the carved recesses. The stones are set in place using a combination of adhesive and pressure, ensuring a secure and seamless fit. Once the inlay work is complete, the entire surface is polished to a smooth, lustrous finish, revealing the stunning beauty of the intricate designs.



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