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India is a land of creativity and art & craft is an integral part of the lives of Indians. Blessed with a rich cultural heritage, India is a country that every shopper looks up to, especially when it comes to handcrafted styles. The mind-blowing talent of our craftsmen is what we are famous for. But in an era driven industries, our craftsmen who create handcrafted designs are facing downfall in their business due to the fast-changing world and lack of market support.
Time now that we bring you a step closer to the rich handicrafts you'd love to see and own right away. Take a look: 

1. Captivating Kalamkari Styles from Andhra Pradesh:

Kalamkari, the ancient style of hand painting is primarily practised in Andhra Pradesh. This art involves 23 tedious steps of dying, bleaching, hand painting, and more. Take a look at the brilliant pieces created by Kalamkari.

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1. Stylish Kalamkari Jutti

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2. Chic Kalamkari Shoulder Bag

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3. Stunning Kalamkari Saree

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2. Unique Bandhani Finds from Gujarat:

Bandhani, a type of tie-dye textile designed by tying sections of a length of cloth & then dunking it into colour. This art is mostly practised in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Peek inside some fabulous designs.

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1. Classy Bandhani Suit

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2. Bandhani Chappals

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3. Bandhani Art Silk Saree

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3. Madhubani Painting Trends from Bihar:

Madhubani painting is a style of Indian painting practised by the women of Mithila, an area in Bihar. Done with fingers, nibs, twigs & matchsticks, natural dyes from local vegetation is used for this. Take a look.

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1. Plush Serving Tray

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2. Hand-painted Coaster Set

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3. Printed Coasters

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4. Chanderi Weaves from Madhya Pradesh:

Chanderi, one of the shining styles of India’s textile industry borrowed its name from the small town Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. Dig deep into the best Chanderi Finds.

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1. Chanderi Kurti

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2. Chanderi Saree

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3. Chanderi Silk Stole

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5. Pochampally Ikat Whispers from Telangana:

Pochampally Ikat, is a type of silk with its origin in a small town of Andhra Pradesh (now Telangana). The uniqueness of this type of ikat lies is the neatness & smoothness. Get set to be allured by Ikat.

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1. Stunning Ikat Stole

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2. Classy Ikat Cushion

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3. Chic Ikat Clutch

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6. Phulkari Heritage from Punjab:

The word Phulkari literally means “flower-embroidery”. The interesting fact is that this style is stitched backwards on a hand-spun or naturally dyed cloth & the colour contrast add to its charm. Do check out!

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1. Phulkari Handbag

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2. Phulkari Dupatta

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3. Phulkari Cushion

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7. Evergreen Bamboo and Cane Crafts from North East:

Cane and Bamboo handicrafts are one of the oldest crafts known to man. Although this craft is universally practiced at various regions throughout India, the Largest Reservoir of Bamboo is North East. Look at some fab finds.

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1. Bamboo Table Lamp

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2. Bamboo Coasters

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3. Beauty Brushes

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8. Kanjeevarum Styles from Tamil Nadu:

Kanchipuram or Kanjeevarum is a type of silk saree made in the Kanchipuram region in Tamil Nadu. Dominating the world of South Indian sarees, these Sarees are also popular across the globe. Take a look.

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1. Red Kanchipuram Saree

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2. Green Kanchipuram Saree

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3. Kanchipuram Saree

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9. Beautiful Chikankari Finds from Lucknow:

The exquisite art of Chikankari is an old form of floral art embroidery, made with a detailed work of needle and thread. It is based and widely practised in Lucknow. Let’s walk through the best Chikankari styles.

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1. Lucknow Chikankari Kurti

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2. Stunning Chikankari Saree

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3. Fancy Chikankari Kurti

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10. Kantha Tails from West Bengal:

Kantha, the popular style of embroidery is often practised by rural women in West Bengal. Originally, Kantha embroidery was done with soft dhotis & sarees but over a period of time, it has evolved. Look at our fave styles.

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1. Trending Kantha Stole

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2. Kantha Sling Bag

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3. Elegant Kantha Cushion

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