Artefacts and handlooms from Rajasthan on display
Rajasthan not only has a regal past, its craft tradition is rich as well. Every nook and corner of the State – Kishangarh, Bikaner, Alwar, Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur and Udaipur – has its diverse handicraft heritage. Be it jewellery or painting, marble or leather work, textile or wooden craft, Rajasthan excels. An exhibition on at the Vijaya Raja Kalyana Mandapam, Shastri Nagar, Adyar, brings you the best of the State.
On display are wooden furniture from Barmer and Jodhpur, miniature paintings from Jaipur and Udaipur, kundan and minakari jewellery, tie and dye and block printed textiles, zari and zardosi work, quilts and gems and semi-precious stones.
Apart from these, there is a range of terracotta products, metal craft, lac products, stone carving, marble work and dhurries, carpets and rugs.
The exhibition is on till July 22. A discount of 10 per cent on handicrafts and 20 per cent on handlooms is offered.