Traditional Indian Handicrafts

About Indian Handicrafts

  • About Madhubani Paintings

    Madhubani painting, also known as Mithila painting is a style of Indian painting, originated in Madhubani village of Mithila region in the state of Bihar state (and Nepal). According to local mythology, the origin can be traced to the time of the Ramayana.

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    About Meenakari Handicrafts

    Meenakari is one of the most popular and attractive craft forms in India. Meenakari is the process of colouring or decorating metal surfaces by fusing the surface with different colours over an intricate design.

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  • About Marble Handicrafts

    Marble craft, is one such form of stone carvings which provide a glimpse of strikingly attractive, versatile sizing of beautiful artistic designs and craftsmanship.

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    About Dhokra Crafts

    Dhokra is a 4000 year old art of non ferrours metal casting using lost wax casting technique.This art form is also prevalent in states of West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh and Orissa.

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  • About Terracotta Artifacts

    Terracotta meaning baked earth is a ceramic material made from natural clay moulded to shape and fired under high temperature

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    About Tanjore Paintings

    The Tanjore Paintings are classical south Indian painting style which originated from the temple town of Tanjore (or Tanjavur) in Tamil Nadu.

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  • About Kashmiri Shawls

    These shawls are known for quality across the World. There are generally 3 types of fibre used in making these shawls. Wool, Pashmina and Shahtoosh. Pashmina shawls are spun from the hair of a ibex (goat) found in ladakh. Shahtoosh are made from hair of a tibetan antelope.

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