Handcrafts- Talent hunt in Indian Villages Handicrafts are ethnic and stylish hand woven artistry. Handicrafts include various items which are extraordinarily beautiful and used as decorative pieces, for example they are carved out of the pieces of paper, wood, clay, shells, rock, stone, metal etc. The best part of this art is that they are crafted out with hands without using any sort of machine. What makes them so popular in India? India is rich in the cultural diversity and hence we find plenty of art and aesthetics right from Kanyakumari to Jammu Kashmir. Handicrafts are one of the great ideas to explore this skilled artistry and getting them exposed across the globe. Moreover, it is an important source of earning for people living in rural areas and has gained a huge demand in the international market. Types of Handicrafts in India Handicrafts have gained immense recognition in the international market and people are really passionate about it. Handicrafts always bring some new concept and art that people to decorate their homes with. Letâ€™s know more about it in this article Bamboo handicrafts: Bamboo crafts are one of the most beautiful and eco-friendly items produced in India. By using Bamboo, the artisans craft some of the useful items, which are ordinary but looks wonderful. Items such as Wall-hangings, umbrella handles, crossbowsm khorahi, kula, dukala, kathi, jewellery boxes, and much more. You would get the bamboo made items in Bengal, Assam and Tripura. Cane Handicrafts: Cane Handicrafts is again immensely stylish, and one can find many utilitarian objects such as trays, baskets, furniture. Vellore is one such place where you can find exotic collections. Bell Metal Handicrafts: Bell metal handicrafts are usually made up of hard form bronze. This hard alloy is used to make various accessories and boxes, such as vermillion boxes, bowls, candle stands, donari, and many different types of items. These types of crafts basically sold out at Madhya Pradesh, Bihar, Assam, and Manipur. Bone and Horn crafts: this is an exquisite form of craft, which figures beautiful birds and animals. Artisans from Orissa, Karnataka, Kerela, Uttar Pradesh, are skilled in making beautiful items such as pen stands, ornaments, Cigarette case, table lamps, pepper and salts sets, napkin rings, laughing Buddha, etc. Shell handicrafts: it is one of the best handicrafts prevalent in India. These handicrafts are made out of three types of shells such as conch shells, tortoise shell and sea shell. There are different types of goods available made from this range, add you would get items like bangles, forks, decorative bowls, lockets, spoons, buttons, curtains, chandliers, minor frames, table mats etc. You would find great varieties of Shell handicrafts on the sea shores of Gulf of Manar, Goa, Orrisa, etc. There some other types of handicraft in India: Clay handicrafts Dhokra Handicarfts Jute handicrafts
Paper handicrafts Rock handicrafts Silver filigree or Meenakari or Tarakashi Handicrafts Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts Wood Handicrafts Enamel Handicrafts Glass Handicrafts Ivory Handicrafts Kiritams Handicrafts Lac Handicrafts Lace or Zari Handicrafts Marble Handicrafts Metal Handicrafts Painting Stone Handicrafts Tilla Juttis Support of government to recognition of Handicraft in India Government has also realised the benefits of Handicrafts shops and has based many shops in several states. Some of the popular shops in India are Dilli Haat in Delhi Kala Madhyam in Bangalore MESH in Hyderabad Khazana in Taj group of Hotels Ekamra Haat in Bhubneshwar Rajasthali in Jiapur India by Craft is an exclusive Handicrafts Store Online consolidating all Indian crafts at one place whether its Glass Handicrafts, jewelry, handloom, apparels, home dĂŠcor, gifts, antiques or anything. These crafts have been brought from various states of India.
Published on Jan 22, 2013
Published on Jan 22, 2013
Handicrafts are ethnic and stylish hand woven artistry. Handicrafts include various items which are extraordinarily beautiful and used as de...