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Celebrating India's 71st Independence

Presenting some of the most exquisite India-inspired timepieces on India's 71st Independence Day.

The Diva's Dream timepiece by Bulgari showcases the Indian national bird, the peacock.

Piaget's India-inspired collection consists of three stunning timepieces.

The first one consists of the Lake Palace from Udaipur engraved on the dial. 

The second one, the Altiplano Double Jeu with a gold peacock motif carries the national bird as its main attraction. 

The final one, the 38mm Altiplano Bullino Engraving, carries an elephant motif.

Cartier's Peacock motf timepiece can transform to play many roles, namely, a brooch, a pendant, and of course, a watch. It was introduced during the SIHH in 2013.

Well known for their association with India since the polo playing days, Jaeger-LeCoultre has designed a variety of India-inspired timepieces. Some of which are given below.

The Pataudi crest specially customised for the Pataudi Prince and Bollywood star, Saif Ali Khan.

Officine Panerai introduced the Mumbai Luminor Marina and Radiomir 10 Days GMT limited timepieces showcasing the iconic ‘Gateway of India’ engravings on the back of the dial.

The Ladies Premier Lotus watch from Harry Winston epitomises the creative spirit prevailing in India with its Lotus Flower inspired Jewellery watch for ladies. 

Blancpain's Villeret Métiers D'Art Ganesh watch carries, as the name suggests, the face of Lord Ganesha on its dial. 

Blancpain's les Métiers d'Art, Shakudō

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