The capital of India's fairytale state of Rajasthan, Jaipur, is a riot of colour and bustle but even for those who love it, the sensory overload can be a bit much.
Instead of escaping to a hotel room, visitors can now go one better by retreating into the cool, grey, calm, soothing interiors of the city's new landmark - the Gyan Museum - to feast their eyes on a collection that emerged from one man's obsession with beauty.
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