Rajasthan handicrafts are very famous for their handmade objects and others. They are very famous all over India and also export to foreign countries. Especially the art lovers passionate about them by looking. It is challenging for them to turn their heads from the crafts.
Rajasthan Handicrafts Wooden Furniture:
Rajasthan Handicrafts of Wooden furniture are carved everywhere in India, but Rajasthani wooden furniture has peculiar qualities for design and subtle miniature carving on the wood. They follow to cut different styles and designs. Lattice’s work on wood is the most famous of them. You can see
Carved caskets, sofa sets, beds, dressing tables, doors, chairs, and so many articles in Rajasthani style. Wooden pieces like toys and decorative figures should not make our faces turn from them. The Kishangarh Furniture make us not forget the rich heritage of the Jodhpuri style of a wide range of wooden crafts.
Jaipur and Ramgarh in Shekhawati are popular centres for furniture, but Jodhpur gets first place. They carve the images of Gods and Goddesses, elephants, parrots, humans and animal figures.
Rajasthan Handicrafts Carpets and Dhurries :
Floor coverings like Carpets and woven durries are exported worldwide. The Durrie incorporated in Jaipur and also in the rural areas. They are available in all sizes. Camel’s hair was also used in Bikaner and Jaisalmer to include woollen durries. These are very famous.
Rajasthan Handicraft paintings :
Miniature paintings, portraits, murals, painting on cloth and furniture, henna body art, and decorating house art(Mandana) are famous. The painting themes are adopted from Indian Mythologies and use rich and bright colours. In the paintings, the Artists use minerals, precious stones, shells and metals like gold and silver. Jaipur, Jodhpur Nathdwara and Kashangarh are important centres for such images.
Rajasthan Handicraft Blue Pottery Crafts :
Another Rajasthan crafts are Blue Pottery. Blue-glazed pottery is famous in Rajasthan—the most known place for blue pottery in Jaipur. Blue pottery uses Quarty, Sodium Sulphate, multani mitti and raw glaze. It is a Persian art form. They made not only blue colour pottery but also a tiny amount of green and white colour.