Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts and Wood Handicrafts of India

India is a country of arts and crafts. These are many arts and crafts are present in each parts of this country. In each state and geographical area these are some unique art or handicrafts are produced by local skilful artist or weavers. Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts and Wood Handicrafts are two very beautiful and important crafts of India.

Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts: Basically weaving technology mainly refers to the process of cloth production by using two thread sets. Theses thread sets are known as weft and warp crossed with each other. The traditional Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts and Wood Handicrafts are mostly found in the states of Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan. “Bandhanis” is one of the famous form of weaving, are created in Jamnagar and Rajkot area. Bihar and Karnataka are very much known for their fine embroidery work. These arts are very much popular in India and also in other countries.

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Wood Handicrafts:  Like Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts, Wood craft is one of the most popular and important art of India. It prevalent in India even before the time stone sculpture came into existence, so these crafts are very old in India. Many types of goods are created by the skilled craftsmen by shaping a piece of wood with very simple tool. Mainly Gujarat, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Kerala and Uttar Pradesh are very much popular for their unique form of woodwork. These wood crafts are also exported to furan countries. Many products like Axes, toys, utensils, decorative pieces, jewellery and many more designer household goods like lamp shades, candle stands, vermillion boxes, jewellery boxes, bangle holders etc are manufactured by Indian handicraft weavers, are very much appreciated in all over the world. These wood handicrafts are commonly used in almost every Indian house, so most of the Indian people like these products very much.

These are some things about Weaving or Embroidery Handicrafts and Wood Handicrafts ofIndia

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