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  • Indian Gold Jewelry

    Thought to be one of the first known metals, gold has been coveted throughout history for its beauty, scarcity, malleability, and uncanny resistance to rust and corrosion. Gold in India serves many functions and wearing it has several implications. At the most obvious level, it is a form of adornment, and also a status symbol. […]

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  • Indian Cotton Sari

    Indian Subcontinent Cotton saris give a pure relaxing comfort. Cotton Saris are the most favored saris for Indian Subcontinent Women. One can use cotton sari in daily wear especially during summer season. Cotton saris can be worn at festive as well as daily wear. Cotton sari is worn at holi, diwali, dussehra, lohri, baisakhi and […]

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  • Indian Clay Toys

    The art of pottery is probably as old as human history. No other art traces the story of human beings on this earth as clearly as pottery does. The tides of time have washed away many civilisations but evidence of their existence remains in fragments of pottery. There are two reasons why this is true: […]

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  • Indian Ceramic Tiles

    Evidence of the first clay tiles used in dwellings and structures date back 7 – 8 thousand years ago. The precursors of modern tile were roughly shaped and not nearly as strong as tiles are today. The clay material was dug from river banks, roughly formed into blocks and baked dry in the sun. The […]

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  • Indian Bridal Jewelry

    India and jewelry, Indian jewelry and women, Indian women and gold, gold and diamond jewellery, etc are inherited terms linked with each other. India is the home country for adorable jewellery collections in plethora of designs and patterns. Gold jewellery form major part of adorning the Indian women in any occasion, in particular wedding. Next […]

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  • Indian Zardozi

    Zardozi — the magnificent metallic embellishment of India — dates back to ancient times. It finds mention in Vedic literature, the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, and all accounts of the Sultanate period. The country, from very early times, was known for the use of gold embroidery on a variety of objects including furnishings, trappings, parasols, […]

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  • Indian Chikankari

    Chikankari, a craft more than 200 years old, is the delicate art of embroidery traditionally practiced in Lucknow. It was traditionally done on cotton fabric, with the design marked with wooden blocks in removable colors. The embroidery is mainly done on white fabric using white thread. Today colors are also used, as are also different […]

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  • Indian Banarasi Saree

    Benarasi saree whose history dates back to the Mughal rule in the 16 th century, has its origin in Benaras, a northern city of India. In Bangladesh the migrated Muslim from Benaras, started making Benarasi saree at Mohammadpur and Mirpur in Dhaka since 1950(according to the source of Bangladesh Handloom board). The tradition is still […]

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  • Indian Textile

    Textiles are a part of Indiaís history ó its past, present, and future. Indian textiles were found in the tombs of the Egyptian Pharaohs, they were a sought-after export to ancient Greece and Rome, they also became part of the fashionable attire of both European and Mughal courts. Suppressing and replacing the Indian handloom cotton […]

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  • Indian Glassware

    Since Prehistoric period ( 2nd BC ), People of Mohenjo-Daro & Harappa through trade contacts with Ancient Sumer glass fusion etc.  Glass was discovered by Syrian 5000-7000 years ago, Latter this art reached Egypt in 2000 BC and from Egypt this technique was taken to Rome then spread across Europe and world. Glass Industry started […]