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Garo Bamboo House from Meghalaya

Garo Bamboo House from Meghalaya

Garo houses are built by the members of the Garo tribe, using locally available resources such as bamboo, timber and cane. These houses serve a variet ...
Bobbin Lace from Tamil Nadu

Bobbin Lace from Tamil Nadu

Bobbin lace is a lace textile made by braiding and twisting lengths of thread, which are wound on bobbins to manage them. As the work progresses, the ...
Screw Pine Craft from Kerela

Screw Pine Craft from Kerela

Screw Pine craft is a traditional cottage industry in Kerala. Considered a tool for empowerment of the women in the region, screw pine craft is an eco ...
Mizo Puan Weaving

Mizo Puan Weaving

Puans are the traditional clothing of the native people of Mizoram. There are many kinds of Puans, and each colour, motif and design has a traditional ...
Sankheda furniture from Gujarat

Sankheda furniture from Gujarat

Traditional Sankheda furniture of Gujarat have a royal history dating back to centuries. Sankheda furniture is known for its captivating art and longe ...
Carpets from Banaras

Carpets from Banaras

Dhurries are made manually by skilled artisans on a traditional horizontal loom or vertical loom.Dhurries can be used year round. The cotton dhurrie i ...
Toda Embroidery from Tamil Nadu

Toda Embroidery from Tamil Nadu

Known by the name, Pugur in Toda language (meaning flower), the embroidery tradition has lived through a century of its documented history to manifest ...
Pith Work from Tamil Nadu

Pith Work from Tamil Nadu

Shola pith work was once a traditional art form in Thanjavur district. Like many other traditional crafts, it had its origin in the ritual and religio ...
Bengal Diaries – Begumpur

Bengal Diaries – Begumpur

Begumpur, in the Hooghly district of West Bengal, is not far from Kolkata but as your car drives slowly through narrow alleys, and besides small pukur ...
Leheriya Dyeing from Rajasthan

Leheriya Dyeing from Rajasthan

Leheriya is an art that imitates the wave pattern. Mothra is an extension of the leheriya where two sets of diagonal lines cross each other creating s ...
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