Handicrafts of Rajasthan

Rajasthan is well reckoned as a Pink City due to its ultimate range of handicrafts that are highly appreciated in all the markets across the world. It is known to be colorful, lively and spirited state of highly talented people. Every city of the state has its unique selling points, which cannot be overlooked. Be it any city like Jaipur, Jodhpur, Udaipur, Pushkar, Shekhawati and any other city you name, some interesting factor will be there by default to consider. Amongst the other popular things and facts, the handicrafts market of Rajasthan is the most important and biggest market of the entire country.

Tourists visiting India prefer to pay a special visit to this state and always desire to take back some souvenirs in the form of Rajasthani handicrafts. These bright colored and patterned crafts are used to embellish house decor. Apart from this, there are a variety of exclusive Rajasthani handicraft and handlooms including Jewelry of kundan and meenakari, Textile products, Precious and Semi-Precious gemstones, paintings of diverse art forms, Leather and marble handicrafts and much more. Rajasthani handicrafts renders a plethora of ultimate products.

For example, there is a wide array of Rajasthani textiles that are prepared using tie and die technique. With this, craftsmen create very beautiful dress materials like suit pieces, kurtis, lehenga sarees and so on.

In famous Rajasthani Jewelry items, meenakari is one of the eye-catching and most popular forms, which are enameled with gold and silver. Moreover, handmade jewelry pieces are also unique and appreciated by everyone.

Carpets & Durries are another alluring range for your collection. The woolen carpets of Bikaner, Jaipur and Tonk hold a special place in craft collection. Most of these carpets are handmade and knotted into stunning designs that captivates your senses.

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Blue Pottery is another craft form of Rajasthan, which is very much popular for its superb work. There are several craftsmen in Jaipur city who prepare blue pottery in Rajasthan by using white, blue and green.