The 'Elephant Parade' is a social enterprise and runs the world’s largest art exhibition of decorated elephant statues. Created by artists and celebrities, each Elephant Parade statue is a unique art piece. The life-size, baby elephant statues are exhibited in international cities and raise awareness for the need of elephant conservation.

Mirari's contribution to the elephant parade happened in 2013, when we created a unique elephant- "The Black taj".

The elephant was exhibited in the 2013 Southern California parade. The star-studded cast of celebrity and artists – from Hollywood's elite to fashion designers and pop icons – welcomed the open-air exhibition in Dana Point. The event aimed to raise awareness and funds for the crusade of elephant conservation across the globe.

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Gemfields and Nanhi Kali Charity Auction

An initiative by Gemfields and Project Nanhi Kali with aim to raise funds to help educate under privilege girl children in India.

Mirari proudly contributed with “Cherry Blossom Parure” inspired by cherry blossom flower that represents innocence, spring and new beginning.


Cherry blossoms represent innocence, simplicity and spring. In Buddhist tradition, they mark the arrival of new beginnings and bring hope and dreams of greater things to come. The flower eventually turns into fruit. This act of nature is a way of giving, a way to provide for everyone.

Our contribution to the ‘NANHI KALI’ initiative comes with a similar idea. An idea of taking the girl child through this significant stage of life and helping her become a person, who is not just independent but is also able to contribute to the society and mankind. It is more about bringing meaning to her life.

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Pratham Auction

We auctioned our two beautiful pieces to contribute to Children's education in India through Pratham Uk 2019 Gala

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