Weaving of Rajasthan Ancient terracotta spindles and fabric, exhumed from the Indus Valley, are tributes of this ancient craft. Read more

Paintings Of Rajasthan One of the oldest techniques of garment art-work, Bandhani is mentioned in ancient Indian scriptures and manuscripts. Read more

Bagru Craft of Rajasthan The origin of Bagru lies buried beneath the mysterious of Indian handicraft. As most crafts in India, this one too holds no authentic record to proof its origin. Read more

Lac Handicrafts Lac Handicrafts are one of the most important handicrafts of Rajasthan. These handicrafts are known for their beauty and vibrancy. Read more

Mojaris Handicrafts In the dry and barren land of Rajasthan, leather manufacture was the mainstay of the Raigar community. Read more

Marble Handicrafts An illustration of the beauty and splendor of marble structure is Taj Mahal. Read more

Meenakari Handicrafts In Persian, the feminine form of Minoo is Mina, meaning heaven. Mina spells the Azure color of heaven. Iranian craftsmen of Sasanied era invented this art. Read more

Metal ware of Rajasthan Skillful artisans romance with metal resources of Rajasthan to transform them into gorgeous craft pieces. Read more

Blue Pottery of Rajasthan When Chinese art played with Persian art, a new technique was born. Soon, Mughals made friends with blue gaze and introduced it to Kashmir. Read more

Kathputli of Rajasthan The puppeteers, Rajasthani tribes, would move from one village to another carrying with them self-made puppets to entertain the local audience. Read more

Clay Craft of Rajasthan The Harappan cemeteries unveiled clay pots and clay fragments of everyday use. Read more

Leather Craft of Rajasthan Egyptian graves from 300 B.C. have leather gauntlets, quivers and jewellery cases. Read more

Tie and Dye Craft of Rajasthan The vibrant craft of tie and dye textile work of Rajasthan dates back to 5000 years. Read more

Thanjavur Paintings of Rajasthan One of the oldest Tanjore paintings is the 11th century Chola wall paintings in the Brihadeeswarar temple. Read more
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