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Lakshmighat
Lakshmighat, though a craft of West Bengal, is primarily used for keeping money. It is a Bengali version of the piggy-bank.
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The Central Indian crafts are unique in style and distinct in composition and bear ample testimony to cultural heritage. With a history of tribal settlement in the region, Central Indian crafts manifest a piece of tribal society and culture.
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Based on traditions, culture and the tribes, people of Kutch have evolved with numerous handicraft styles.
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The crafts of South India have a relatively good demand not only in the Indian market but international market as well. These crafts range from wooden items, to stone carving, paper crafts, and embroidery. They have an artistic uniqueness that is distinct to the region.
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Arts and crafts of Telangana are famed all over the country for their decorative as well as utilitarian values. Several artisans of the state have adopted this profession as their sole source of income.
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