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Moonj/Kusha Grass from the Indian Gangetic Plains.

Mr Om Prakash trains and employs about 400 women who work..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 in hopes of a "darshan" or blessing.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..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..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 And Human Life Scene", says she. 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 And Is Very Imaginative And All...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 And Generally I Depict The Scenes From Nature And Gives Me Great Pleasure In Seeing My Paintings Which Are Used By My Patrons For Decorating Their Homes.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 In The Creative Visual Art Fields. 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 and endurance as every stitch adds a line, a shadow, an emotion and eventually the persona comes through!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 On Fabric, Body Tattoo, Mehandi, Paper, Scrapbooking, Wallpaper, Wall Painting, Canvas, Home Decor Etc. 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 to acquire in terms of skill and perseverance to continue with as a means to a livelihood. 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, pinched-up circles, in.. 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, communicate their origins.. 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, marked the final departure from Colonial Rule.. 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 of textiles. These have clashing.. 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 by Maharaja.. 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 been the most expensive “tikkas” ever! 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 and among the range of fruits and dry-fruits produced by this abundantly-blessed Himalayan ValleyContinue 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. Thangkas are spiritual expressions .. 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, both along the banks of the Ganges .. 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, how it turned out, what should be 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, entertainment was primarily offered through Story-telling. Ballad-singing … 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 with married life, fertility, celebration and prosperity. Each … 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 and dyeing techniques that are laborious, … 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. Eating has always required the involvement of … 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 and vital. In many rural areas across the … 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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Tamil Nadu, in Southern India, has numerous examples of a Golden Age and the pinnacle of architecture and carvings, in its ancient temples at Mahabalipuram and Tanjavur … Continue Reading

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Kantha Sarees are highly sought after and often collected over time by Indian women who prize delicate hand-embroidered sarees, as much as they do their jewellery! … Continue Reading

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The Calcutta Needlework is the craft that comes from the legacy of Colonial India, which had been nurtured to perfection over time. The themes present are floral … Continue Reading

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The Kalighat paintings get their name from their proximity to the Kali Temple, Kalighat, Kolkata. These originated in the 19th Century using water colours on cloth or patas. … Continue Reading

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Pichwai, quite literally, i that which remains behind and Pichwai paintings were made to hang behind, as backdrops to the deity Srinathji or Krishna, as more commonly known … Continue Reading

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India. An Ancient Cradle of Civilization. A consciousness, one with the mysteries of the universe; its belief systems aligned with planetary movements, atomic sciences and the occult … Continue Reading

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