Marble Architectural Remnant

Marble Architectural Remnant

Rs. 9,000
Marble Architectural Remnant : Rajputana : c. 1930

Jain temple architecture has made a remarkable contribution to Indian art and culture. Jain architecture essentially consists of temples and monasteries, and they generally reflect the prevailing style of the place and time they were built.
These two pieces are part of the temple top. Once the highest point of a structure dedicated to positivity and worship. This piece might be small but it acts like a beacon carrying a wealth of positive energy. A wonderful gift for any new home owner.

This product does not come with a wooden base. However, one can be provided upon request.
Dimensions : 11.5" x 9" x 9"

About us

Circa is home to a diverse collection of curated artwork, antiques, collectibles, and vintage furnishings. Its origin is rooted in a family legacy of trade dating back to the 1950s.

Our antiques are sourced from all over the world, which is why our collection is one of its kind. Each piece has its own story to tell and is steeped in cultural heritage.

It is our honour to breathe life back into these pieces and share them with you.

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Meet the founders

The Circa Store

This store is a window into the world of Circa, located in the heart of Anjuna, Goa.

It is home to our humble antique collection. Each space within the store is intentionally curated with unique pieces. The idea is to keep pieces that have journeyed together in one installation or collection. We believe that this way they convey a powerful message. One that allows us to understand the gravitas of having such rare and precious mementos from history in our homes.

A walk through the store will give you a sense of how Circa pieces will look once they go home with you. Every artefact we have has been carefully selected and lovingly nurtured back to life.

This store is in association with the luxury fashion label MASN (Mayank Anand Shraddha Nigam).

The Origin

This story began in Nairobi in 1959 with Hans Raj Suri. Mr. Suri was traveling on work when he discovered that people in the western world greatly appreciated Indian art and handicrafts. Elated that his culture was being adored he set foot on a new voyage. Soon after his return, he began working toward sharing the diversity and richness of Indian art and culture with connoisseurs around the world.

Today, his legacy is carried forward by his grandchildren who share his love for Indian handicrafts, art, and design. Circa has beautifully married their passion with heritage and preservation. All the artifacts are treated with great care and respect. Our intention is to share India’s rich and diverse heritage with those who value it the most.


Mayank Anand
He is the creative director and is the mind behind all the wonderful pieces you see at Circa. He is passionate about restoring, repurposing, reclaiming, and refurbishing antiques and collectibles. He is also an accomplished fashion designer, author, artist, interior designer, and curator. 

Savita Suri
She shares a passion for Indian heritage and handicrafts with Mayank and together they founded Circa. A creative person with exquisite taste, she heads strategy and investor relations. However, her specialisation is in internationalisation and business consultancy. She is well respected in her field. 

Shraddha Nigam
She is the COO at circa, and has a great eye for aesthetics. She is also the CEO of the fashion label MASN and the interior and architectural design firm MA:AI. She is an accomplished actor and is well known for her work in the film industry.

Namrata Wadhawan
She is our legal aid. A practical and headstrong individual and a vital part of our team at Circa.


Circa is home to a treasure trove of curated artwork, antiques, collectibles, and vintage furnishings. It’s origin is deeply rooted in a family legacy of trade of Indian handicrafts. It was born with the intention of bringing the very best of the old world into the new. 

Every artefact, antique, or painting that we have has been carefully restored to its original condition. It is imperative to us that we restore them mindfully, honouring the era they were made in, the materials used to make them, and the function of every component.

At Circa we reclaim what we can, repurpose what is done with, restore what has been, and refurbish what is discarded in order to reuse what is deemed unusable.

We source our antiques from all over the world, which is why our collection has the very best of what the old world has to offer. Our intention is to share the diversity and richness of Indian culture.

Each piece is unique, has its own story and is steeped in heritage. It is our honour to breathe life back into these pieces and share them with you.

Learn more about us

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