Handicrafts of Rajasthan

Your trip of Rajasthan will never be complete unless you surround yourself with some world class handicraft items. The state being culturally diverse offers a number of local handicraft items which are linked with the state’s identity. During your stay in rajasthan we recommend you to visit any handicraft shop or showroom and take back some unique Indian crafts.

Jewellery: You can choose from a various classy ornaments like bangles, ear rings, necklaces, anklets and so on. The original traditional bala, bajuband and Meenakari etc are difficult to get in other parts of the country.


Puppets: Puppets are a trademark of Rajasthan handicrafts. Visit any handicraft shop and you are sure to find a number of colorful puppets of various forms, shapes and sizes. Take home a few and flaunt your unique collection to your friends and relatives.


Textile: Starting from sarees, Salwars and suits to shawls and kurtis any textile bought from local handlooms will be a perfect gift for someone you truly care.


Carpets: Jaipuri Razai and carpets are famous all over the country for their quality and elegance. While the carpets from Tong are finely hand-stiched to give a natural look, the carpets from Bikaner and Jaipur are something you can treasure throughout your life. The Rajasthani carpets are meant for long term use without compromising on looks and quality.


Wooden crafts: Decorate your shelves and desks with one of the finest wooden crafts of the country. The wood crafts of Jodhpur and Kishangarh are famous for the doors, caskets etc.


Paintings: Can there be a better way to live the glorious past other than hanging a giant painting of historical significance in your living room? Apart from adding beauty to the wall it gives a feeling of walking down the historical lanes.


Pottery: The well skilled potters of Rajasthan have been contributing to this industry generation after generations in the form of world class terracotta products. Among all forms of pottery items the most famous is the blue pottery of Jaipur which traces its origin in China.