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What is Varatan?

Varatan is a blessing in the shape of God’s hand! We get reminded of positivity that connects with our inner strengths, whenever we see the ‘Hand of God’. We instantly know that ‘Everything is within. Our source of positive energy is within’

Keeping the spirit of design and shape in priority, each piece is designed and crafted to have intimacy and personal touch to it for whoever saw it, wherever. The Divine space is filled by adding compositions that evoke a thought or simply touch an emotion. Each piece tells a meaningful story!

In this art form, the stones are painstakingly inlaid by highly skilled craftsmen, combining creativity to create magnificent pieces for future generations to inherit.

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VISION

Our sole vision is to promote Indian Luxury Art worldwide. We have each piece uniquely designed under great craftsmanship and our purpose is to make that value and craftsmanship reach globally.

TO THIS POWERFUL AND ENDURING SYMBOL OF PROTECTION, I LET CREATIVITY AND INTELLIGENCE HAVE FUN, THUS TOUCHING AN EMOTION OR EVOKING A THOUGHT A TRUE BLESSING!

ARCHANA MITTAL


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Art pieces at Varatan have one thing in common, they reflect our real selves to us. They give us a feeling of self-confidence. Everything is within us. We want to take this feeling and make people aware of it- Worldwide

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We’re here to help you know more about our pieces.

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FAQ

What is Varatan about?

Considering the shape of God’s hand as its primary characteristic, we know that VaratAn is a blessing that reminds us of positivity.

What does the hand signify?

We have kept the spirit of the design and the shape foremost and designed each piece to have intimacy and personal touch to it. Whoever sees it or touches it will feel these emotions flowing in them.

What is inlay art?

Inlay art, also known as Parchin Kari, is the most sumptuous expression found in the Taj Mahal. In Mughal India, pietra dura was known as Parchin Kari or inlay work. Shah Jahan favoured this art so much that he incorporated this art in Taj Mahal, Red Fort, and many other places.

Do the stones in the art piece have any significance?

Yes, each stone has some powers of its own. The stones used to  create these art pieces are of extremely high quality.

What does each colour in the art piece specify?

Each colour has its own meaning. It also has its effects, which is why we have used theme and concept specific colours.