Kashmiri’s were famous throughout the world because of the wonderful nature as well as the outstanding handicraft sector. Carpet, shawls, wood carving, namdha are the major crafts of the handicraft sector in the Kashmir valley. So let's know about the Kashmir hand-knotted carpets.
Top five Indian embroideries you would love to know about.
Khurja – Ceramic City of India
Khurja is a “Ceramic City” with bright and colorful people. It is a small town located in Uttar Pradesh and is famous for its ceramics which almost dated back to 600 years.
An art form embedded in
time – bidriware was started by a single craftsman in the 16th
a century and it has provided livelihood and artistic expression to
craftsmen in Karnataka across generations. Bidri craft is a
perfect fusion of Iranian and Indian heritage.
THE GLASS INDUSTRY OF FIROZABAD
India is a country rich in crafts. And Firozabad has its own name for its glass industries. A city totally dedicated for glass industries and crafts.
The story of the Blue glazed pottery!
Blue pottery, also known as Blue Glaze Pottery, is a traditional craft of
Jaipur. Earlier, it was significantly used in decorating temples, mosques,
and the royal palace
WOOD CARVING OF SAHARANPUR
Wood carving is more than just an art, it is a way of expression for many. The history of wood carving goes back to Prehistoric times. Around 11,000 years ago, the oldest wood sculpture was carved.
FROM BOTTLES TO YARNS
Sorting out PET bottles to yarns that can be successfully woven or knit into wearable
fabrics or apparel is really a historic approach that exclusively includes the indulging of fashion as well as ecology.
Pashmina or Pashmina wool is a kind of Kashmir wool obtained from high
Himalayan goat called Capra Hiracus which is found mainly on Himalayan
belt of Nepal, Kashmir and Tibet.