Maheshwari sarees draw their name from the the temple town of Maheshwar, motifs of these sarees are inspired by temple architecture.
Ilkal Sarees are woven in cotton & silk and named after a town in Bagalkot district of Karnataka.
Dabu is a form of mud resist printing, enchanting patterns in multiple tones of colour are created on fabrics using this technique.
Suf Embroidery is a form of embroidery where work begins on the reverse side of the cloth, counting warp and weft threads and then stitches are taken in between to create precise angular patterns.
Ajrakh is a hand blockprinting and dyeing tradition practised by the Khatri artisans of Kutch.
Hailing from the village of Bhujodi, Kutch hand woven motifs draw inspirations from their daily lives.
Jawaja Bags are vegetable tanned goods made using natural leather.
The natural leather footwear from Kohlapur is a quintessential part of the Indian ethnic ensemble.
Handmade in a sleepy little town of Channapatna near Bangalore, these toys are brilliant, vividly coloured made from natural wooden and enrobed in a soft, luminous sheen of lacquer.
Toys handmade in wood
The Dhokra art from Bastar, uses lost wax techinque of metal casting.
One of the main hubs of wooden toys and dolls in India, Channapatna is a quiet town tucked away on the highway spanning from Bangalore to Mysore. The toys of Channapatna are earmarked through Geographic Indication as products of the area under the World Trade Organisation. With a heritage of more than two hundred years dating back to the reign of Tipu Sultan, Channapatna continues to be home to small-scale industries with artisans working within the confines of their homes, or in little factories. The toys are non-toxic, made using natural colors and have lacquer finish.
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Natural Wood, Lac
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