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An Ancient Cradle of Civilization. A consciousness, one with the mysteries of our universe, its belief systems aligned with planetary movements, atomic sciences and the occult, all in a seamless flow of the Time. Time Past being contained in Time Future and Time Future in Time Past. There is history and the force of tradition in every gentle salutation, the graceful folds of garments and decorated elaborate splendid doorway and poetic, iconic entrances of the humble homes with only thatch and baked clay to call home. The Indian consciousness is one with its Creator, all divine and earthly elements. In India, thousands of years of timelessness in Sanskaras, have remained in preservation by Shruthi and Smriti, the spoken and enunciated tradition and the collective unconscious that travels seamlessly, one generation to the next. This is witnessed in every craftsman, artisan woman or even those unfortunate children who hold yarn and wool to weave to the beats of their ancestral tunes in place of a pencil or textbook. In poverty and want, under natural light or fading gas-lamps, with handmade rough tools that forever disfigure creative hands, using natural dyes or natures bounty, these bearers and custodians of civilization strive tirelessly to deliver artworks that remain true, pure and in conformance with all norms, mystics patterns, dictates of various schools of art. They do all this working in remote villages, with few amenities. But for the grace of an innate pursuit of human excellence it is impossible to justify how these men, women and children devote their lives and livelihoods remaining faceless, nameless, "karigars" at the very bottom of the food-chain or modern day supply-chain. Heritage and Traditions can only be honored when those who deliver those to us are honored. CraftsBazaar has a vision for these artisans and craftspeople to be brought into the light. When you light a candle or a lamp next, take a moment to consider those hands that made them and their aspirations and challenges. Wouldn't that be a light that communicates truly with God and Human in one glow?

Wood Work
Cane and Bamboo
Shell craft
Coconut shell
Pearl Jewelry
Bidri ware
Banjara Embroidery
Budithi Brassware
Textile handloom
Subansiri Apa Tani bamboo products
Subansiri Textile handloom
Eri Silk Spinning
Cane furniture
Brass and Bell metal crafts
Sujuni Embroidery
Madhubani Art
Wood Inlay
Dhokra Tribal Art - Chhattisgarh
Wrought Iron
Wood Craft
Crochet and lace work
Zardosi - gold embroidery
Terracotta Ware
Naqquashi - engraving
Papier - Mache
Wooden Lacquer - ware
Bamboo Craft
Terracotta Art
Coconut masks
Kuttchi Embroidery
Zari Work
Surahi - Pottery
Embroidery & Weaving
Phulkari Embroidery Design
Bagh Embroidery
Wood work of Dharamsala
Chamba Painting
Thangka painting
Kullu Weaving
Knotted carpets
Papier Mache
Walnut Wood Crafts
Namda - felted rugs
Bamboo Works
Dhokra - Lost Wax Metal Casting
Tribal jewellery
Jute Toys
Wood Carving
Mysore Silk
Mysore Paintings
Stone Carving
Bell metal utensils
Natural Fibre Crafts
Ivory Works
sea shells
Leather Toys
Ornaments & Jewellery
Pithora Paintings
Ganjifa Cards
Bidri Craft
Kolhapuri Chappals
Paithani Saris
Cane and bamboo crafts
Kauna Crafts
Thongjao Pottery
Black pottery
Bamboo work
Cane Mat
Bamboo and cane product
Loin loom weaving
Wood carving
Kophi Cane Baskets
Patta Chitra
Brass Ornaments
Silver Filigree
Stone Carving
Terracotta and pottery
Kora matweaving
Soapstone sculpture
Wood Work
Khunda - Bamboo Staves
Carpets & Durries
Blue Pottery of Jaipur
Leather Craft
Choktse tables
Lost Wax Casting
Paintings of Tanjore
Musical Instruments
Bidri Craft
Banjara Needle Craft
Dhokra Metal Craft
Bronze Casting
Bamboo crafts
Bamboo fences
Bamboo furniture of Katlamara
Tripuri handloom textiles
Chikankari embroidery
Varanasi Brocade or Kinkab
Brass Ware of Moradabad
Aipan - Riitual Floor Painting
Wood Carving
Dhokra Art
Clay Work of Krishnanagar