Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Gold leafing : Indian Shankh the divine shell, Concept Design & Gold Leafing By Artist Rajesh N. Nakar from Just made for Design – INDIA.

Indian Shankh

According to the Vedic scriptures, the Shankha is one of the most auspicious objects that emerged from the sea during the Ksheera Sagara samudra manthan. Hence it is regarded as the brother of Goddess Lakshmi, the ruler of wealth. Most of the Gods and Goddesses hold the Shankha in their hands. Shankh is one auspicious nine objects – Navanidhi – of Kubera who is the Lord of wealth.

Here the natural Conch shell / Shankha embellished with Italian gold leaf the handle chased with one of the auspicious symbol of power and strength - LION, amongst floral, the incised shell with added crystal glass beads inlay.

This Concept Design & Decorated By Artist Rajesh N. Nakar from Just made for Design – INDIA. For more inquiry: Just made for Design *

Tuesday, August 6, 2013

WORKSHOP on SIPOREX STONE CARVING (Mural design/wall art decoration) By JMD

It is my great pleasure to welcome you all to this workshop.

The field of interior designing has traveled a long way from the mud and brick days of ancient times. Today, designing is about innovating within the

Same parameters applied to a much broader spectrum of challenges and changing lifestyles.

Present day concepts of modularization and ergonomic designs are considered to be the "goal of good design" that affirm to the changing human needs.Confirming to the requirements of current Designing needs,

UGC Sponsored Two Day State Level Seminar-Cum-Workshop on

“Design- Towards a better lifestyle”

Which is organized by

Department of Resource Management, Faculty of Home Science

On the dated 7th& 8th August, There is a WORKSHOP on SIPOREX STONE CARVING (Mural design/wall art decoration) by Mr. Navin Nakar from NAKAR ART & Rajesh Nakar from JUST MADE FOR DESIGN.

Sunday, April 14, 2013


As we know, “A drop of water is worth more than a sack of gold to a thirsty man”, but most people have the habit of leaving the tap running when they brush their teeth; do the dishes or even when they have to come out of the bathroom halfway through a shower to answer the phone.
Such imprudence not only causes unnecessary water wastage but can also be costly with faucet and water meter working over time.
Today’s extreme water crisis in Maharashtra has prompted us to save every single drop of water. If we fail to conserve water, eventually an adequate, healthy water supply may not be available in the future.
TURN OF TAPS is a reminder for all of us to put off the tap when not in use.
‘Tap the flow, avoid big blow’

Tap running but no one is bothering

Explaining my art installation concept to Mr. Surendra
Hiranandani, Founder & Managing Director - Hiranandani Upscale Group

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Gold leafing : Kala ghoda arts festival 2013 , Mumbai INDIA, Cycle Chalao City Bachao by Rajesh Nakar - Media Coverage


NBT AD in The Times Of India - 11/07/2013

Coverage in Gujarat samachar - 07/02/2013
 Coverage in Gurjarmat Newspaper - 06/02/2013
 Coverage in Hindustan times - 11/02/2013
 Coverage in Midday - 07/02/2013
 Coverage in NBT - 05/02/2013
 Coverage in Prahar - 05/02/2013
My Photo after Radio talk with " Radio mirchi bindaas R J jeeturaaj" on 98.3 REDIO MIRCHI MUMBAI

Friday, February 1, 2013

Gold leafing : Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2013, Cycle Chalao City Bachao by Rajesh nakar - INDIA

My INSTALLATION at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival 2013 

Life is a leveler and world as we all know it, is ROUND. "As you sow, so shall you reap" has been said and heard thousands of times. Yet, humans continue to do and act in a way that more than once could hamper its healthy existence.
Invention of wheel is considered man’s finest discovery till date. Wheels just didn't help him move, it kept him moving. However, there is no limitation to a man’s need and his urge for speed. So, the world moved from discovering a basic bi-cycle to scooters, cars and other modern luxuries that could help his need for speed!
“There is enough in this world for everybody’s need, but not for everybody’s greed” said Mahatma Gandhi. We have been warned and repeatedly told to save natural resources like Gold, Oil, Silver, Copper etc…. but what about the environment we live in?
Time has come to adapt to more practical measures than resort to ones that we find it difficult to follow. ‘Cycle Chalao City Bachao’ should be one such weekly campaign that has to be followed and implemented by individuals.
Professionals, riding cycles should not be looked down upon. Every individual should do their best to reduce pollution and help a greater cause. The first citizen of the city should initiate such campaigns for the betterment of the society. Perhaps, now is the right time when petrol and diesel prices are soaring high!
Health benefits of cycling are widely acknowledged. During cycling; most of the body's muscles are activated. Cycling tightens up the muscular system, making it stronger and able to function efficiently.
The last best time to 'Ride the Change” was 20 years ago; the next best is TODAY! 

Rajesh Nakar