DIYs

THE ZARDOZI

An intricate form of embroidery that emerged from certain parts of India, Iran, Pakistan and Bangladesh- is the exquisite Zardozi embroidery. It consists of gorgeous metal embroidery work of gold and silver and were used to adorn the apparels royals and chiefs or members of their family. Not only attires, but the detailed work also …

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THE ARTISTIC AARI WORK

The eye catching and magnificent Aariem broidery is one of the several craft forms that originated during the Mughal era. The designs depict the scenario of those times, as well as the influence of Mughals. It is created by stretching the fabric over a wooden frame and embroidered with a hooked needle incorporating various stitches …

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TERRACOTTA OF BENGAL

A spectacular molded form of earth into wonderful figurines and objects is what Terracotta is all about. Initially used as trade seals, several sculpted deities, cart frames and wheels have also been discovered from historical sites of Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa. Terracotta art has been an essential part of our culture since 700 B.C. Numerous artefacts …

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SCANDINAVIAN RUGS

The sceneries of chilly winters, cold oceans and snow-capped mountains will strike our minds just when someone comes across Scandinavia or anything related to it. Scandinavia is home to some of the finest rugs and tapestries ever made. After all, what else can one expect from a freezing cold region. It is the basic necessity …

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Mandana Art

Rajasthan definitely tops among the richest states in India that has an abundance of cultural arts and crafts. Simple materials like stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver, gold and textiles have been smartly utilized by the proficient craftsmen into magnificent masterpieces. Art flourished in this state since the existence of this region …

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