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Check out the rich culture of Rajasthan's folk art through this amazing infographic on Rajasthani Handicrafts
Rajasthan has a lot of reasons for attracting so many tourists- its magnanimous historical forts, palaces standing out, in huge deserts, and its folk art and culture.
I wanted to be in a place filled with art, so I thought why not the Indian Barcelona, Rajasthan! Experiencing Rajasthan was like a blast of art and architecture
So let’s buffet around the must-have Indian winter foods sprawled out in our homes and prepared with much arduous dedication over generations.
The idea behind NataCampa is to encourage and give true artists a platform to showcase their talent and skill. At the same time it also acts as the means to restore, preserve and encourage the different performing arts across the nation across the nation
The ‘nath’ or nose ring is a popular piece of jewellery worn by brides in each and every part of India. The practice of piercing the nose with a ring or a stud dates back to the 16th century
However, the sheer variety of fabric making across the entire country is mind boggling. Here is taking a look at some of the special fabrics, material and designs that are special to each state.
Take the ancient town of Bikaner for example. The 500-year old settlement has stories hidden in its palaces, temples, and historic structures, yet less explored.
Roughly dividing our discourse into two parts, let us forge ahead in this series to look at some of the traditional old homes of Northern India.
Mandana is the oldest forms of tribal art that has survived economically in India till ages. It is done in Rajasthan and Madhya Pradesh by one of the ancientest tribal communities, the Meenas.