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Tradition and Pagentry from Karnataka Every nuance has meaning and every move is an expression that draws the audience into the narrative, as individual. Continue Reading

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Fabulous Hand-Embroidered Leather Bags How amazing is it that every bag is individually hand-crafted with soft Leather or Suede in Spring and Autumnal colours.Continue Reading

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Faces Never Conceal....They Reveal. Masks Conceal and create an aura of Mystery! Mankind has used these across cultures for centuries. These contemporary. Continue Reading

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Different Strokes for Different Folks! There's no greater artistic communication, nor a more natural creative expression for me, than celebrating the gifts.Continue Reading

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Antique Pashmina Borders & Sozni: Fine Needlework. Ebullient, Luxurious, Elegant! What the majority of humanity cannot conceive of with ink or paint.Continue Reading

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Tradition becomes Mainstream Pret or Haute Couture- The very Western Jacket and Poncho have been given a fabulous make-over by Kashmiri Craftspersons. Continue Reading

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Moonj/Kusha Grass from the Indian Gangetic Plains. Mr Om Prakash trains and employs about 400 women who work in village centres to make finely woven products..Continue Reading

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In the ancient temple-town of Sri Kalahasti, a fine art has held its own quite like the deities that grace their marvellous stone abodes to be visited by multitudes.. Continue Reading

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Andhra Pradesh - Karnataka Highway. Lokesh Kumar and his father have migrated from Agra in Uttar Pradesh, Northern India, to set-up their small enterpris..Continue Reading

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Childhood Revisited. The welcoming homes and workshops along the village lanes of Channapatna, Mandya, just off the Bengaluru-Mysuru Highway.. Continue Reading

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Mamani is an Artisan From West Bengal. "I Draw Kalighat Painting On Paper Using Natural Color. My Work Includes Hindu Deties, Mythological Figure. Continue Reading

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Rashid Khan Started His Painting From 1966 And Is A Pioneer On Mud Work And Mud Painting On Canvas And Tries To Depict The Kutchi Culture..Continue Reading

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Nothing Ordinary Will Do:-)

Ali Mohammed Is From The Indian State Of J&K Which Is Known For Its Beautiful Tourist Spots, Handicrafts..Continue Reading

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All that Glitters...is worth more than Gold.

Settled In Delhi, Mohd Mahtab Creates Beautiful And Stylish Women's Accessories He embroiders..Continue Reading

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"I Come From The Southern State Of Karnataka Which Is Famous Its Palaces, Temples, Traditional Crafts And Weaving. I Am A Self-Taught Painter And Started Painting From A Young Age..Continue Reading

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" Based In Shikaripura, Shimoga And Having A Diploma In Fine Art From S S B S S School Of Art Rathihalli, Bfa From Ksou And With 18 Years Of Experience.. Continue Reading

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Paintings of inspirational leaders, visionaries, Saints and simply soul-stirring topics make this artisan a Master of this unique craft. It takes incredible skill.. Continue Reading

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"I Make Wooden Printing Blocks Using Sheesham Wood Which Vary In Size And Are Always Two And Three Inches Thick. The Blocks Are Used For Printing.. Continue Reading

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The lost-wax technique, has been practised with devotion by Arun's family for three generations. Like all fine art and craft, it's takes painstaking dedication.. Continue Reading

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Far From The Madding Crowd. ", says she. From The Pristine, Silent And Beige-Grey Landscape Capped With Snowy Peaks And Stunning.. Continue Reading

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Bandhej or Bandhani, literally means a bond, and is the technique perfected by the Desert tribes of Rajasthan and Gujarat where the fabric is gathered into small..Continue Reading

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The Lumbanis, Nomadic wandering tribes of India, that migrated from the North West downwards to Northern Karnataka and regions along the way.. Continue Reading

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Its the 4th of July, 2017. The United States celebrates this great day in commemoration of the Declaration of Independence, which, for erstwhile Colonies.. Continue Reading

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Summer Cotton Dresses from in Bandhini, Leheriya, Tie and Dye & Block-printing, Tie-Dye techniques that are the unique contribution of Rajasthan to the world.. Continue Reading

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Jaipuri Tribal Silver Jewels now Online! But first..let’s respect its origins. Jaipur, the Pink City, is the Capital City of Rajasthan, in Norther India was founded in 1727.. Continue Reading

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Tikuli Art has its origins in Bihar, Eastern India. The “tikka” or dot on the woman’s forehead is believed to be the inspiration behind this art-form. These would have.. Continue Reading

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Walnut Wood from Kashmir, India, has been used exceptionally well by Kashmiri craftspersons over centuries. The Walnut Tree is a native plant.. Continue Reading

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Thangkas depict the life and teachings of the Buddha. Buddhist monks embrace austerity, discipline and a life dedicated to learning the teachings of the Buddha.. Continue Reading

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Gone are the days when being traditional was boring. Dressing-up in yards of complex weave and weft from Benaras or the fine needlework of the Kantha from Calcutta.. Continue Reading

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All Kashmiris, irrespective of denomination, ethnicity and political leanings have in common a pre-occupation with food! What’s been cooked.. Continue Reading

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Prior to the advent of Cinema and worlds largest film fraternity, Bollywood, Tollywood, Mollywood and all of the other wonderful regional Indian cinema.. Continue Reading

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Bangles! The chief and most ubiquitous of all ornaments, is considered the most auspicious by the women of India. These are associated.. Continue Reading

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Kalamkari Sarees are a work of great skill and labour. Kalam-Pen, Kari-Work, in translation, means working with a pen. This is done using painting.. Continue Reading

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Cutlery! In India, generations have always eaten using their fingers. Ladles and large spoons were for stirring pots and ladling lentils and rice.. Continue Reading

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Grasslands have fed wild animals, human populations and in general, protected earth from denudation and drought. Their contribution to Nature is plentiful.. Continue Reading

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Forged Iron Works have held their own in the wide array of the Indian metal works repertoire. One finds small, entrepreneurial dwellings and workshops.. Continue Reading

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