The art of metal decoration with enamel or Meenakari was foreign to India and was introduced by the Mughals. Amber's Raja Man Singh brought Meenakari to Rajasthan in the early 16th century.
The minakari technique requires a high level of skill and application. The metal pieces that make minakari are glued to the lacquer. Delicate patterns such as flowers, birds and fish are engraved. The result is a wall or groove that retains its color.
"Minakari's unique art, also known as minakari, is the dynamic design of birds, plants and plants, which involves embellishment or embellishment of various types of metal in vivid colors. Developed by Iranian masters. After that, the Mongols passed on this skill to other peoples, including India. The Mughals worshiped the exquisite Mughal jewelry. As a result, they learned about Shahi's work. Artisans practice the Minakari art of Rajasthan not only in ornaments, but also in handicrafts and crafts. Raja Man Singh of Amer from Rajasthan received it in the 16th century and asked Minakar to visit Rajasthan from Lahore. Thanks to this, these Minakars were able to bring their art to Jaipur."