LJKJ co-owner Tanya Rastogi's signature jewellery label - Tanya Rastogi - strives to recreate the magical glory of the Awadh era. The jewellery line, specializing in jadau-polki-kundan, takes inspiration from the bygone times of the Mughals and the Nawabs.



Lucknow, the eclectic gem on the splendid crown that is the state of Uttar Pradesh, is known for its delectable food, astounding art-architecture, charming culture, exemplary elegance –and most of all its – luminous jewellery. Located at the heart of Awadh, this city epitomizes vibrancy and poeticism in every walk of life.

Established in this wondrous location in the year 1857, Lala Jugal Kishore Jewellers prides itself of living up to every hallmark that Lucknow stands for. Being one of the most sought-after brands in the jewellery industry across the Lucknow-Kanpur belt, the brand is renowned for creating exquisite designs in silver, gold, diamond and jadau-polki-kundan jewellery.

The jewellery designs derive a lot of influence from the rich history and culture of Uttar Pradesh – bestowed by the Mughals and the Nawabs of the bygone era. Having had a strong association with the Awadhi royalty and having been the official jeweller to Nawabs – LJKJ has made a place for itself in the illustrious legacy of Lucknow.

The brand has been felicitated at several award functions and media events – over the course of time. Moreover, LJKJ works closely with the World Gold Council (WGC) – and thus, stock Azva, PGI as well as Platinum Jewellery, Rio Tinto and Nazraana. Talks are underway with Forevermark – and the label will soon get on board.

Owing to the aforementioned accolades and the astute vision of owner-jewellery designer Tanya Rastogi - the 3 stores of LJKJ – located in Mahanagar, Alambagh and Aminabad – have garnered humungous popularity all over - in the last decade.