Aman Nath is a historian by education but from an early age he has painted, written poetry, practiced graphic design and copywriting for several advertising campaigns. He has sold everything from beer and jeans to housing colonies and even India. He has co-written/authored fourteen illustrated books on art, history, architecture, corporate biography and photography, two of which have won National Awards. These are also used as the official gifts of the President and the Prime Minister of India. His book ‘Jaipur’, was the first Indian book chosen to be marketed internationally by Christie’s.
As an inveterate traveller – after walking 400 kms to Mount Kailash and sub-Antarctica – he has contributed to several travel magazines.
Aman Nath is involved in the restoration of India’s unlisted architectural ruins, now run as the Neemrana ‘non-hotel’ Hotels, which have won awards from UNESCO, the Indian travel trade industry and National Awards. Aman Nath wrote the catalogue and the publicity campaign for the first Indian contemporary art auction by Sotheby’s sponsored by The Times of India for their sesquicentennial celebrations in 1977. That is when Indian art prices first crossed the six-digit mark. He was the curator of Art Today, the gallery of India Today.
For his contribution to tourism, Nath has won the Lifetime Achievement Awards from Outlook Traveller and Conde Nast Traveller, India Hospitality Awards: Gallery of Legends and Anandpur Sahib Heritage Foundation.
He has also been appointed Chevalier de l’Ordre national de la Legion d’Honneur by the President of the French Republic for his outstanding achievements in Heritage conservation and hispersonal affection towards France.