From the land of hand-weavers and potters: Assam The North-East is one of the richest and most unspoiled areas of India, and this includes its crafts. It is also one of the least known. It has the largest number of handloom weavers in the country - most of them women.
From the land of foot tapping music - Punjab and Haryana Punjab and Haryana are both parts of that fertile northern plain of India that was known as India’s granary. Traditionally, though women embroidered vivid phulkari bridal spreads and spun and wove the coarse khaddar which was the base cloth,
From the land of Temples: Odisha Odisha, on the east coast of India, is one of those quiet underestimated states, with not only a centuries-old cultural and historic heritage, but a galaxy of extraordinary crafts - mostly centred around the temple towns of Konark and Puri, with others in the
From the heart of the nation: Delhi Delhi, as the centre of Imperial power and privilege for hundreds of years, was a Mecca for talent and creativity. Craftspeople of all ilks migrated to Delhi in search of patronage and orders, developing a unique Delhi style. Jewellery, both silver and gold,
From the land of colors and crafts : Rajasthan Both local social and cultural practices and tourism have made Rajasthan a craft paradise. Its diverse communities, each with their distinctive wearing styles, religious rituals, and festivities, mean that costumes, artefacts, the interiors and exteriors of their homes, are all beautifully