Recently Updated Articles in Indian Crafts
|• ||Cotton and wool weaving in Kutch|
Artistic weaving is one of the traditional handicrafts of Kutch. In most of villages in Kutch, weaving on handlooms is a substantial part of living. This craft provides employment even to women and children at home.
|• ||Crafts of North East India|
Crafts of North East India epitomize the rich cultural heritage of the locals of the region. All the states in North East India share the handicrafts of bamboo and cane, wood carving, making traditional weapons and musical instruments, pottery and handloom weaving.
|• ||Basketry in North Eastern India|
Basketry in North Eastern India has developed over centuries. They are used as containers for crops or household goods, placed inside the granaries or community houses, or for carrying baggage and merchandise.
|• ||Types of Indian Embroidery|
Different Types of Indian Embroidery signify the varied cultural aspects of India and its diverse regional craftsmanship. Each state of India has its own embroidery style, among which Zardozi, Kantha, Chikankari, Phulkari and Aari embroidery styles are the most popular ones.
|• ||Kasuti Embroidery|
Kasuti embroidery is a special form of embroidery made in Karnataka. It is stylized embroidery with stitches based on the texture of the fabric. there are around 700 possible designs under this embroidery work.