Shilparamam is the ideal destination for art lovers as year through art exhibitions goes on. Every month one renowned name in the field of Arts will display their paintings in art gallery and the artist is honoured. This helps in bringing enthusiasm among the artist to produce the excellent artwork.
The village of Shilparamam was conceived with an idea to create an environment for the preservation of traditional crafts. Shilparamam, a crafts village is situated just about few kilometres from Hyderabad (which is the capital city of both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana).
Shilparamam is sprawling over 65 acres of land in the hi-tech hub city of India. Shilparamam gives a picturesque atmosphere of tradition and cultural heritage of Telangana and Andhra Pradesh.
Shilparamam consists of enchanting blend of arts and artefacts, epitomizing the true legacy with the diverse natural beauty of rural South India.
The lush and serene environment of Shilparamam is sculpted with woodwork, jewellery, cloths and local crafts of each region of the country.
It is showcasing a plethora of artistic ethos. Shilparamam is set amidst gardens, cascading waterfalls and natural rock heights. The rural museum, surrounded by trees, is a miniature depiction of typical Indian village. Over 15 life-sized huts, authentically constructed out of baked clay and thatch, depict rural and tribal lifestyles and the life of various artisans.
Shilparamam provides a casement to rural life for city dwellers of Telangana and those who have never visited a village before. The museum of Shilparamam houses the sculptures and life size models depicting the day-to-day activities of the rural artisans.
Shilparamam has hundreds of stalls. There is wide range of handicrafts available for shopping, right from toys to carpets. Here visitors can purchase hand made sarees and textiles of different states. The textiles ranging from Tangail, Sambhalpur, Paithni, Kashmiri to Kanjeevaram, Dharmavaram, Tanjavur, Madurai, Peddapuram, Bandar, Guntur and other sarees are available in Shilparamam. It also has salwaar kamiz, ghagras, kurta, carpets, etc.
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