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Handicrafts of India

First Online: June 17, 2000
Last Updated: January 10, 2018

Jewelry Arts of India Embroidery Arts of India
The Carpets of India The Smell of the Earth
Kasooti Embroidery
Kasooti is an embroidery art-form from India, primarily undertaken by women
Indian Antiques

Handmade Arts and Crafts of India

See Also:

  • Sculptures of India -- This section at Kamat's Potpourri is the largest single source you will find on the sculptures of India. Kamat has photographed and studied them since his teenage years and amassed an unbelievable collection on the topic.
  • Kasooti Embroidery -- Kasooti is an embroidery art-form from India, primarily undertaken by women
  • Introduction to Handicrafts of India

Indian Handicrafts

Krishna with FluteHand-printed Fabric DesignsKrishna Preaches ArjunaArt on a Conch ShellDurry ArtKrisha Playing Flute under at reeLord Shiva with his Trishul (Trident)Metallic Icon of DeviHandicrafts from Sondur
Bidri Artwork, Bidar DistrictFortune Teller  KoravanjiIndian HandicraftsCarved Wooden PlatformBirds of an Himalayan TownTiger that Loves Flowers!Terra-cotta HorseGaruda, Vishnu and AnjaneyaA Spectacular Mixed Metal Sculpture of Ardhanarishwara
Front and Back Sides of a Sandal-wood CarvingThe Village CoupleA Terracotta Artwork at Shantiniketan CampusIntricate carving in sandalwood Sandlewood Idol of Goddess ChamundiGhareva Brass Cast AnimalEmbroidery on a Silk SareeFarmers at WorkJewelry Box Carved Out of Ivory
Ivory Carving from Uttar PradeshWooden Inlay Mosaic of a Hindu DeityShiva and ParvatiKrishna and Radha - Wall PlateMixed Metallic Icon of Vishnu Carved Wooden JarThe Guardians od Directions (the Ashtadikpalas) in a Painted WoodPainted Jewelry BoxPainted Wooden Art of Kinnala
Painted Wooden Art of Kinnal A Toy Horse made with CopperFive Headed Icon of Lord Ganesh Pillow Cover Embedded with MirrorsHandicrafts from SondurElephants in the Forest<br>Sandalwood CarvingAn idol of Ganesh made with clayTerra-cotta Artist at WorkA Hand-knit Ladys Purse
Carved Wooden Idol of KrishnaKonkani Traditional JewelryAntique  Silver JewelryJewelry of Mysore Maharaja Jewels of Mysore MaharajaGolden Necklace Ornately Decorated Rudrakshi MalaIndian JewelryIndian Bride with Jewelry
Wax Cast Aluminum  Anklet  (Paiti) in Ghareva Art, BastarDecked Out Lambani Woman Village JeweleryJewelry of the Gond TribeTribal Jewelry, Madhya PradeshGems and JewelleryGems and JewelleryStamp Recognizing Indian JewelryDetails of Bangles Worn by a Tribal Woman
Kalamkari (Hand Painting) Artisan, Andhra PradeshElaborate Woolen EmbroideryEmbroidery of the Himalayan ValleyDesign from the <em>Pallu</em> (the throw) of a sariGolden Leaves and Red FruitsFine Needle Work on a Shawl

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