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Arts and Crafts in Rajasthan

Facts about Arts and Crafts in Rajasthan

Famous Arts And Crafts:

Blue Pottery, Marble Sculptures, Puppets, Tattoos, Leather items - Camel Leather Shoes, Terracotta, wood items, Dhuries – Carpets and Salwars, Metal Wares, Tiles.

Famous Handicrafts:

Lac Bangles, Block Prints, Tie and Dye Fabrics, Embroidered Shoes, Mirror Work on Clothes and Sheets, Miniature Painting, Kundan, Meenakari.

Souvenirs and Gifts:

Block Prints, Blue Pottery, Precious Stones, Embroidered Bags, Shoes, Scurfs.

Major Traditional Handicrafts Centers:

Sanganer, Jaipur: Renowned for its fabulous hand-block prints, minute mirror work, printed carpets, tie and dye work, Jaipur Blue Pottery, Paper Making and for its semi precious stones.

Udaipur: Readymade textiles, local bheels images, Rajasthani's jootis, Rajasthan silver, block printed bedspreads and the popular lahriya and other saris.

Shilpgram, Udaipur: Popular craft village, 3 km - Udaipur, famous for unique collection of handicrafts, Weaving, Embroidery and Mirror work.

Jodhpur: Tie and Dye saris, handicrafts, block print textiles and embroidered shoes.

Shekhawati: Paintings, Murals, Wood Crafts.

Must Experience:

Watch the framing of Textile Block Printing, Paper-Making and Blue Pottery in Sanganer.

Where to shop in Rajasthan:

Bapu and Nehru Bazaar, Jaipur:-Textiles, Embroidered Jooties, Fabrics and Leather Goods.
Tripolia Bazaar: - Rajasthani Furniture, Hand-Block Prints, Embroidered Fabrics, Mirror Work and Carpet.
Lined Shops near Amar Sagar Gate, Jaisalmer: - Rajasthani Handicrafts Emporium, Wooden Ornaments.
Hathipol in City Palace, Udaipur: -           Rajasthani's Jootis, Saris, Wooden and Camel Souvenirs.
Patwon Ki Haveli: - Silver Jewelries, Rugs, Leather Items, Hand Woven Blankets.
Kapra Bazaar and National Handlooms, Jodhpur: - Saris, Block Printed Textiles, Rajasthani Mojaris and Jootis.

The Colorful Aura of Rajasthan - Arts and Crafts!!!
Rajasthan has Enchanting ancient and diverse Traditional Craft. Rajasthan Handicraft is richest in India and well known all over the world for its hand-printed textiles, furniture, leatherwork, jewellery, painting, pottery and metal craft. Absolutely astounding and unique in concept, colour and workmanship, the art and handicrafts of Rajasthan are beyond comparison. An ethnic aura envelopes even the simplest of forms, making each one truly a collector’s delight. Century old skill and imperial heritage of Rajasthan are all that make traditional art and craft of Rajasthan a world famous attraction.

Rajasthan is a home to amazing varieties of traditional arts and cultural crafts. It is a place, where tourists can find century old skills, which continues to produce some of the best artistic and exciting wares in the brilliant soil of Rajasthan. This beautifully accomplished art and crafts are admired and preserved not only by the localities of the region, but also a popular attraction for international visitors around the globe. Today, Rajasthan has earned an immense popularity, due to its rich handicrafts, which is also a striking part of the Rajasthan culture. If you are interested to buy some of these unique artifacts, than do not miss the opportunity to try the bustling bazaars, fairs & festivals in the glittering soil of Rajasthan.

Majestic Artistry That Fascinate!!!
Rajasthan, popularly known as the ‘treasure trove of Indian handicrafts’ and ‘shoppers’ paradise’, has been able to preserve its craft despite several ups and downs. The use of lively colors and flamboyant, fantasy designs is distinctive in all forms of arts and crafts of Rajasthan. It will be unfair to say that Rajasthani artists only make decorative items. Every household item in Rajasthan proves the statement false as we go through their embellished utensils, colorful attires, unique jewellery designs and embroidered shoes that infuse a new life and a cheerful look to the otherwise monotone of the desert sands.

History of Rajasthan reveals that the Kings and nobles were patrons of Art and Craft and they encouraged the craftsmen in activities ranging from wood and marble carving to weaving, pottery and painting. People of this region had a strong desire to decorate their surroundings. The great palaces were decorated with as much attention as the walls of mud. Metal craft has been an integral part of Rajasthan. The 'lota' or water pitcher is an excellent example of the prevalence of this art form in Rajasthan. The metal based lamps in various shapes and designs are part of the Rajasthan traditions.

The founder of the city Sawai Jai Singh earmarked a whole lane for stone carvers (Silawaton ka Mohalla), when planning the city. Stone carving has always been a major occupation among people here, making it one of the best forms of art and crafts in Jaipur. Some magnificent designs of sandstone and marble carvings can be seen in the city palaces.

Remarkable Rajasthani Arts and Crafts!!!
The beaming soil of Rajasthan is much popularly known as the Shopper’s Paradise, for most of the anxious visitors. In some of the famous cities of royal Rajasthan, enthusiastic tourists can pick the Tie-and-dye fabrics in vibrant colours, as different methods are used to tie the fabric into bright colours producing different patterns like Lahariya, Mothda, Ekdali and Shikari. The women of Rajasthan have mastered the art of embroidering fabrics. In applique, different pieces of cloth are patched together to make a multi-coloured mosaic, which is adored with exotic colours, shapes and patterns. Other famous handicrafts comprise of fine block printed textiles and skills, wood and ivory carvings, lacquer and filigree work, delicately cut precious stones, and exquisite enameled jewelleries. You can also spot traditional paintings & murals in the fetching cities of Rajasthan.

Rajasthan is famous for leather craft and industry. The native style leather shoes known as jooties are made in Jaipur and Jodhpur. These shoes are decorated with embroidery known as kasida. In Jaipur kasida is first performed on velvet and then pasted into the leather. In Jodhpur kasida is performed on the leather. The women mainly finish this embroidery. They also do elaborate stitching or appliqué to give shoes a designer look. These shoes have neither left foot nor right foot. The beautifully carved jewellery and dazzling traditional garments allure people of different region of the world to make a visit to Rajasthan.

Major craft traditions in Rajasthan include Tie-and-Dye Textiles, Hand block Printing, Quilting, Jewellery, Gems and Stones, Blue Pottery, Leather Craft, Woodcarving, and local Painting traditions. Be it Kishangarh, Alwar, Jaipur, Jodhpur, Jaisalmer, Chittorgarh, Udaipur, Barmer or Bikaner, every nook of the state boasts of master artisans who have stunned the world with their workmanship.

 Famous Rajasthani Art and Crafts!!!

Tie and Dye or Bandhani: - Bandhani sarees are popular for their vibrant colors and beautiful designs. As the name suggests, this technique involves two stages: tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colour. The rainbow-tinged turbans of the Rajputs and the odhnis of their women are shaded by this method of resist dyeing. Your visit to Jaipur won’t be complete without a trip to the nearby towns of Bagru and Sanganer, where you can observe the Chhipa community of dyers at work. The main colours used in Bandhani are yellow, green, red, pink, and black. It is essentially a household craft supervised by the head of the family. The fabric is skillfully knotted by the women, while the portfolio of dyeing rests with the men. The Jaipur dyer rarely works with more than two dye baths while the additional colours are spot dyed, which makes the process much easier. Thereafter, the fabric opens out into amazing designs in kaleidoscopic colours: dots, circles, squares, waves and stripes.

Leheria on the other hand, is a pattern that can be easily identified in the turbans worn by the Rajasthanis (people of Rajasthan). The wave-like style, has given the art such a name as ‘Leher’ in Hindi means waves. This style can be easily identified by the series of diagonal lines of a single color that runs across a white background thus delivering an impressive effect to the entire fabric.

Antiques: - Antiques can be found in small shops in places all over Rajasthan, as well as in large handicraft stores, and are part of the landscape of the state. Their distinctive color and designs make them popular among the tourists who buy them as souvenirs and as decorative items for their homes. The large iron oil jars painted in the pichwai style, depicting the love scenes, are just an example. Similarly, variety of kitchen utensils, votive objects and even camel saddles attract attention of the visitors.

Block Printing: - Rajasthan has a long and distinguished tradition of printing with finely carved wooden blocks. This method, though labourious, is actually quite simple and merely calls for precision. The cloth is laid out flat on a table or bench and a freshly dipped block is handpressed on to the fabric to form a continuous, interlocking pattern. The block carries dye if the original colour of the cloth has to be preserved. Traditonally, block-printing relied on the use of natural dyes and pigments, but now synthetic dyes have gained currency as they are cheaper.  Bagru is known for earth colors and geometric patterns while Sanganeri clothes have bright colors and floral patterns. The Sanganeri prints are done on a white background and the Bagru prints are essentially done on background of red and black.

Jaipur Blue Pottery: - Blue Pottery is a specialty of Rajasthan. Clay is extensively used for making pots, dolls and other objects. These are painted with various types of images like folk divinities and are sold in village fairs during festive times such as Gangaur, Teej and Diwali. Vases, flower pots, bowls, water pots and other objects are produced in traditional geometrical and floral motifs, as well as hand-painted details of Rajasthani legends. The different regions of Rajasthan have distinctive style of pottery. Jaipur is famous for its blue glazed pottery that doesn't use simple clay but ground quartz stone, fuller's earth and sodium sulphate. Terra-cotta pottery is also quite popular in Rajasthan. Molela, a village near Udaipur is specialized in making clay images of deities for ceremonial occasions. Alwar is known for its paper-thin pottery while Bikaner's painted pottery is tinted with lac colors. The white and red clay articles of Pokaran are marked with distinct geometric designs.

Dhurries and Carpets: - Floor coverings like carpets and hand-woven durries of Rajasthan are exported all over the world. Available in a variety of sizes, the dhurries are woven not only in Jaipur, but in villages all over the state. Bikaner and Jaisalmer are known for woolen dhurries made of camel hair. Bikaner is also famous for its so-called jail carpets, which are so called for they were once made by the prisoners in the medieval times. Much like Persian carpets, Rajasthani hand-knotted carpets have geometric motifs and formal designs with a border and central motif. The motifs have indeed been localized and include peacocks and other local icons. Jaipur and Bikaner are believed to be the pioneer centres in carpet weaving. Namdah - Another floor covering that has widespread use in Rajasthan is the namdah or felted rug. The namdah comes in mainly two fashions - embroidered and in applique work.

Fabrics: - Printed, dyed or embroidered fabrics of Rajasthan are known for their unique hues and tones of color. Block printing, batik, tie and dye have become a full-fledged artwork here. Each region has its own distinct motifs, choice of colors, and the way in which these colors are used. Bagru is known for earth colors and geometric patterns while Sanganeri clothes have bright colors and floral patterns. Barmer and Jaisalmer are famous for their batik or reverse printing work. Sikar and Jodhpur are famous for intricate tie-and-dye or bandhani designs including chunari (dotted), lahariya (diagonal striped waves) and mothra (large dots) prints. Bikaner, Sikar and Jhunjhunu are well known for the mirror work, embroidery and appliqué work that are used to embellish these fabrics to produce elaborate designs of Rajasthani dresses.

Furniture and wood carving: - Rajasthan excels in the art of making `old furniture`. Doors and windows, wooden jharokhas, tables with cast iron jaalis, side-boards, chairs, benches, jhoolas or swings, and dressers are made to resemble the furniture that was in vogue in havelis a hundred years ago. While Jaipur is a popular centre, Jodhpur, in particular, is well known for its `old` furniture, and Ramgarh, in Shekhawati, has become a major centre for its manufacture. Shekhawati and Bikaner have been the traditional centres for woodwork. Jodhpur and Kishangarh are especially popular for painted wooden furniture. Shekhawati, Bikaner and Ramgarh specialise in making delicately carved wooden doors. Barmer craftsmen specialise in woodcarvings. Other pieces of furniture include the leather-embroidered chairs of Tilonia, and the carved-back, string-bottom chairs of Shekhawati. Marble tops for tables are also popular, and screens are available with both painted panels and brass embellishments. Carving: On a more popular level, visitors will find everything from camels and horses to elephants and parrots that are carved and brightly painted. Carved wooden chests and boxes with brass inlay and lacquer work, together with sandalwood statues and objects, are the some of the most popular hand crafted items. There is also a wide range of grand furniture, reminiscent of the royal era.

Textiles: - Rajasthani textiles come in a fascinating range of dyed and block-printed fabrics which are further embroidered. Each region has its own special color scheme, design and technique. Hand-block printed textiles of the townships of Sanganer and Bagru near Jaipur have won the hearts of millions at home and abroad. Jaipur's quilts are a hot favorite with most tourists. Tie-and-dye textiles, called bandhej or bandhani are an important Rajasthani craft. Different methods are used to tie the fabric into small points and produce various patterns like lehariya, mothda, ekdali and shikari. The best bandhej comes from Sikar and Jodhpur, while Jaipur, Barmer, Pali, Udaipur and Nathdwara are the other centers. Zari and gota are lavishly used in bridal and formal costumes. One can pick up saris or even cushion covers with this elaborate mettalic thread embroidery.

Gesso Work: - The Gesso Work of Rajasthan is world famous. One of the finest crafts to emerge from Bikaner, the inner hide of the camel is used for the purpose. The hide is scraped till it is paper thin and translucent. It is then moulded into various forms of lamp shades, hip flasks, perfume phials or vases. It is then painted over with fine gesso work using gold to lend richness to the otherwise bright reds and greens used in the work.

Leather ware: - Leather is also an essential raw material for making musical instruments such as the tabla, dhol, kamaycha. These instruments are used by Rajasthani folk musicians. The world fame jootis are made from leather having artistically embroidered uppers. The decoration of the footwear is done with sequin, beads, golden and colored thread. These are incredibly comfortable and sturdy. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Barmer and Jaisalmer are traditionally known for these footwear. Bikaner is known for its painted lamp shades, shields and vases made from camel hide .Designer hand-bags, purses, belts, hats, stools and collapsible chairs with graphic embroideries made from leather at Tilonia village near Ajmer is also example of good craft man ship.

Glass work: - The Glass Works of Rajasthan are unique in both design and usage. Besides beautiful and traditional items such as handicraft items, glass photo frames, trays, glass art ware, glass jewelry boxes, lamp shades, flower vases, crystal wine glasses, flasks, glass pots, antique crystal chandeliers, glass coasters, glass lamp shades and glass paintings, Rajasthan is famed for its Thewa work. Colored glass base, embossed with golden miniature artwork is the special attraction of the Thewa work. The stain glass work of the havelis, palaces and temples of Rajasthan or Rajputana are visual delights for the tourists of the state. An excellent display of stain glass windows, glass mosaics and intricately inlaid glass work mark the beauty of Udaipur City Palace and the old havelis of the Shekhawati region of the state. The princely state of Sirohi boasts of its spectacular fort which has been lavishly adorned with gold and the colored glass works. The artisans of Pratapgarh have been credited with the marvelous glass and gold foil adornments of this fort. These interior ornaments have precious jewels embellished on fiberboards on a paint base.

Metal Crafts: - A variety of metal items are crafted in the state of Rajasthan. Brass, bronze, silver and gold are used extensively in Rajasthan metal work. The silversmiths of the state have gained considerable renown both within India and internationally due to their superior skills. Beautifully patterned jewellery boxes and caskets, candle stands, incense stick stand (agarbatti dan), chunky jewellery, daggers, idols and figurines of deities, birds, animals etc are cast out of shiny silver. Traditionally the Rajput royals displayed their opulence by ornately crafted silver canopies, door and window panels and sword hilts. Jaipur, Alwar and Jodhpur are famous for their metal wares such as brassware and enameled, engraved and filigree cutwork on silver.

Jaipur Miniature Paintings: - Painting of Rajasthan miniature and folk are known all over the world for treatment and composition, color scheme and subjecting. The fine arts of the land have been fiercely developed by the inhabitants and seem to rebel against the drab terrain accorded to the region by Mother Nature. Natural resources of the region are used innovatively to bring to life vivid images and historic scenes. Other favorite themes of the artisans of the region are Gods and Goddesses, religious motifs and natural phenomena such as sun, moon, stars, men and women and animals found in the region. Use of vibrant colours, bold lines, two dimensional treatment of figures and entire composition distributed in compartments are some of the unique features of these paintings, popularly known as ‘phad’ paintings. Miniature paintings, portrait and courtly paintings, murals, cloth and furniture painting, mehndi or henna, domestic painting and mandana or the art of decorating houses are some of these. Jaipur, Jodhpur, Nathdwara and Kishangarh are some of the centres still engaged in this art form. Of course, there are other forms of painting available too such as the phads or scrolls with their tales of Pabuji, and the pichwais with their Krishna legends. The centre for the best pichwais is Nathdwara, near Udaipur, where the paintings are often decorated with precious stones.

Puppets: - Puppet is an ancient and popular form of folk entertainment. No village fair, no religious festival and no social gathering in Rajasthan can be complete without the kathputlis (puppets). With their sparkling eyes and brightly coloured dresses, the kathputlis, gives unforgettable experience. Painted wooden heads, hands made simply by stuffing rags or cotton into the sleeve of the dress, with painted expressions, arched eyebrows, mustache for men and nose ring for women and large expressive eyes on their face, puppets are draped with dresses made from sequined old fabrics. They are extremely popular as inexpensive mementos among the tourists.

Stone Carving and Sculpture: - Rajasthan produces the country's finest marble, sandstone, quartz and slate. The forts and palaces and beautiful havelis of Rajasthan are all superb examples of the exquisite mason work of the state. Dholpur near Bharatpur and Barmer are popular for panels of frescoes for buildings, large statuaries, planters, and intricately carved elephants and horses as garden sculptures. Jaipur specializes in making white marble statues of gods and goddess. The extraordinary craftsman ship of Rajasthani stone workers is visible in the numerous temples, palaces and havelies. For the connoisseur, there are life-like and life-size statues, the intricately carved pillars and jalis (latticed grilles). The finest examples of jali work can be seen in the various havelis (mansions) of Jaisalmer. Precisely carved statues, busts, pillars, furniture items and other objects in white marble stone in Makrana are unforgot tenable. 

Zari, Gota, Kinari and Zardozi:- Zari is gold, and zardozi embroidery is the glitteringly ornate, heavily encrusted gold thread work practiced in Jaipur and a few other cities of India. To most foreigners - used to sleek, understated wear - the north Indian bride’s lehanga, choli and dupatta, heavily emroidered with gold and silver threads comes as a visual shock. Either real silver thread, gold-plated thread or an imitation which has a copper base gilded with gold or silver colour, is used for zari. Gota work involves placing woven gold cloth onto other fabric to create different surface textures. Kinari, or edging, as the word suggests, is the fringed or tasselled border decoration. This art is predominantly practised by Muslim craftsmen.

Tarkashi: - A common sight in the curio and gift shops of Jaipur is boxes, tables and trays with brass or copper inlay work. This type of work is called tarkashi and it utilises burnished metal wire or tar set in the wood to create delicate geometric patterns. Deeper, in the narrow alleyways of the city, you can locate master craftsmen at work. Onto a plain, dark shisham surface, a naqsha (map) of the design is glued. The outline is then incised into the wood with a small chisel. The worker cuts 2 mm ribbons from a sheet of brass or copper, tempers them and then, placing one on edge in an incised line, he hammers it until it is level with the surface. The metal comes in various gauges, the thickest being used for strong outlines, and the finest for details such as hair. A lick of polish and varnish, and the object is ready for sale.

Gems, Kundan, Meenakari & Jewellery: - Rajasthan is rich in jewellery, each area having its own unique style. Some of the traditional design are rakhri, bala, bajuband, gajra, gokhru, jod, etc. tribal women wear heavy, simply crafted silver Jewellery. Men also wear ornaments in the form of chockers and earrings. During Mughal Empire, Rajasthan became a major centre for production of fine kind of jewellery. It was a true blend of the Mughal with the Rajasthani craftsman ship. The Mughals brought sophisticated design and new technical know-how of the Persians origin with them. Kundan is the Mughal-inspired art of setting of stones in gold and silver. Gems are bedded in a surround of gold leaf rather than secured by a rim or claw.

Ivory Carving: - Ivory is often used to make jewellery, especially bangles, which are considered an essential part of bridal Jewellery. The bangles are often over laid with gold. They are often dyed in various colors, though the most popular one is red. Ivory is also inlaid and shaped into intricate items of great beauty. Miniature paintings were also executed on the ivory. Rajasthan has its main ivory carving centres at Udaipur, Bharatpur and Jaipur from where master ivory carvers were once favoured by the royal courts. While Jaipur was famous for its carved ivory, Jodhpur specialized in ivory bangles.

Wall Painting: - Palaces, Havelies, even huts are commonly having Walls and ceilings covered with colorful paintings in Rajasthan. The women of the house paint symbols like the swastika, the sun or the tree of life in black and red. Auspicious diagrams are drawn on the floor with rice paste, coloured powder, flower petals or grains of rice, often with symbolic motifs set within floral and geometric patterns. Some of the finest paintings can be seen in havelis of the Shekhawati region and the ancient towns of Bundi and Kota. And some of the most humorous on the walls of houses tucked away in the lanes of Jaisalmer.

Meenakari: - The Meenakari is known as, the setting of precious stones into gold and the enameling of gold. This intricate art was brought in Jaipur by Raja Mansingh of Amer by inviting some skilled workers from Lahore. The art grown over the years. Jaipur Meenakari is famous for it's delicacy and colourfulness. Alwar, Pratapgarh and Nathdwara are other centers, which produce fine quality enamel work.

Feminine Jewellery: - Feminine Jewellery is more complex than masculine Jewellery. Ladies generally wear a number of Jewellery right from head to Foot. These are:-

  • Borla
  • Hair pins
  • Nose ring (nuth)
  • Karan fhool
  • Jhumka
  • Necklace and Chamali around the neck
  • Bujband
  • Chuda
  • Bangles and rings
  • Hathphool around arms and fingers
  • Kardhani around west
  • Rings on the toes
  • Payal (jhanjhar) for foot

So it is not surprising that the ladies of Rajasthan were be decked from head to toe in jewellery, so much so that it sometimes is an mystery as to how they could carry the weight of all the jewellery worn.

Lac and Glass: - Lac is mainly used bangles and decorative items. Lac bangles are made in bright colours. These bangles and decorative items are inlaid with glass and coloured stone.

Shellac Bric-a-Brac:- Brightly coloured lac bangles, handmirrors, pens, pillboxes and agarbatti (incense) stands are a cheerful and inexpensive buy in Rajasthan. In the pink city of Jaipur, lac trinkets are a common sight in every bazaar. Check out the dazzling bangles, often studded with glass gems, spirals of base-metal wire amid a wavy striping of other colours.

The Art and Craft Hubs of Rajasthan!!!
The Rajasthan is a treasure of the best Indian handicrafts that have till now able to attract tourists from all over the world. Visitors can shop for some of the fabulous fabrics, in prints, precious and semi-precious stones, Kundan and Minakari enameling in gold and silver jewellery, embroidered leather shoes or Jhuttis. In the craft makings the blue pottery, miniature Paintings, carpets, blankets, beautiful Trinkets are the glamorous wardrobe of the State of Rajasthan.

indiagateJaipur: - Jaipur, is famous for its Rajasthani Jooties, embroidered fabrics, saris, leather goods, furniture, hand-block prints, minute mirror work, printed carpets. The Jewellers of Jaipur are renowned all over the world. Silver, Gold works of the highest quality, Lac bangles are its special attractions. The Lac Bangles are believed to be worn as a good omen and available in many colours and design. Jaipur is well known for its resource of natural stones like diamond, emerald, sapphire, ruby, topaz, jade, garnet, amethyst and turquoise. As such, cutting and polishing stones have also evolved a very important art and craft in Jaipur. Glass Bangles, Kundan and Minakari jewellery is the specialty of Jaipur city. Kundan, which is the art of setting precious stones in Gold.

Ajmer: - The leather work of Ajmer and Pushkar is popular and the quality is also to be taken note of. The final shape is given by the joint effort of the Local Men and women. The men do the tanning, cutting, stitching while the women folk do the work of embroidery and ornamentation.

Bikaner: - Bikaner is another renowned city for its exquisite crafts, leather goods, miniature paintings, and wooden products, made from camel and sheepskin. Some of the main shopping areas in Bikaner are Kot Gate, King Edward Memorial Road and Station Road, from where you can look for souvenirs and handcrafted items. Even the bikaneri bhujiyas are quite a favorite among the peoples as good snacks.

Jaisalmer: - The desert city is famous for Rajasthani mirror work, rugs, blankets, antiques and old stonework, colorful handcrafted items, bandhini fabrics (tie and dye), puppets, Rajasthani joothies, woven jackets, camel leather items, embroidered articles, woolen pattu shawls and other items of wood and trinkets. Silver Jewellery and curious are of better quality and locally produced.

Jodhpur: - The city is well known for leather shoes, sandals, water bags, fans, pouches and musical instruments. The Jhuttis come with embroidered uppers. Jodhpur is also famous for Tie and Dye saris, handicrafts, block print textiles and embroidered shoes.

Sawai Madhopur: - Famous for khas perfumes, Sawai Madhopur also is well known for the other objects made of khas, including fans, pouches, caps and small boxes.

Kota: - Home of the famous dori sarees, there are small units where sarees are made in all corners of the city.

Mount Abu: - Mount Abu is famous for variety of Rajasthani handicrafts, Textiles, Jewellery, curios in wood, metal and marble. Some of the popular area for buying Art and crafts are Nakki Lake, Khadi Bhandar, Kashmir Cottage emporium, where you can look for fabrics, Kota saris, linen with Sanganeri prints, lightweight Jaipury quilt, metal, stone and wooden curios.

Shekhawati: - Shekhawati is famous for painting, murals, souvenirs, furniture, chairs, cradles, and tie-dye fabrics. Mukundgarh is known for beautiful textiles, brass and iron scissors whereas Mandawa for bangles and fabrics.

Udaipur: - Readymade textiles, local bheels images, Rajasthani's jootis, Rajasthan silver, block printed bedspreads and the popular lahriya and other saris, a plethora of items like folk toys, turbans and hand painted fabrics are the best buys of the city of Udaipur. Udaipur is one of the oldest puppet making centers in the state. Shilpgram - Popular craft village, 3 km - Udaipur, famous for unique collection of handicrafts, weaving, embroidery and mirror work. 

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