Exclusive Handcrafted Products at Indian Handicrafts and Gifts Fair
Indian handicrafts exporters bring beautifully handcrafted religious, decorative and utilitarian items to the Indian handicrafts and gifts fair. They bring these items for the collectors of exclusive handicraft products. Thousands of buyers’ throng to the gift fairs from all over the world. The gift-fairs represent India’s culture through handcrafted items. The handicraft exporters come from different corners of Indian. It is possible for them to bring the unique creations from different Indian regions under one roof with the help of gift fair. The buyers can find a variety of gifts & decorative items under one roof through these fairs.
The India represents the spirit of ‘unity in diversity’ through the harmonious coexistence of different religions. The devotees worship idols as an integral part of their religious customs. The manufacturers of Indian handicraft products use their skills to craft religious idols out of various materials. The artisans of Rajasthan craft beautiful idols of Hindu deities and other religious products out of brass, silver or bell metal. Some of these religious items feature Meenakari designing of different colors. The artisans of South India are known for their outstanding work on religious idols made of sandalwood or rosewood. The craftsmen of West Bengal and Odisha are famous for Terracotta idols. They are also famous for superbly handcrafted religious lamps and utensils out of copper or silver.
The buyers may also choose the handcrafted metal/stone/clay utilitarian products as the exclusive gift items. The Moradabad is famous for engraved brassware. They are famous for the making of beautiful utensils and small containers out of brass. The craftsmen of Kerala are famous for ‘Charakku’ vessels. They create these huge cauldrons out of bell metal. The craftsmen from Odisha and West Bengal are famous for their Terracotta pots and containers. The craftsmen of Rajasthan are known all over the world for glazed Blue Pottery. They use this technique to create cups, plates, bowls, pots and other utilitarian products. The craftsmen of Rajasthan also use marble stones to create various utilitarian products. The artisans of Madhya Pradesh use the soft green stones to build boxes and trays. The Indian craftsmen also carve stationery and utilitarian products out of granite and soapstone.
The gift fairs offer a variety of fashionable textile featuring different embroidery, printing and weaving. The clothing materials from Gujarat feature either Banni or Heer Bharat embroidery. The craftsmen from Rajasthan use Gota embroidery to design colorful clothing materials. The artisans of west Bengal use Kantha stitch to decorate the clothing materials. The craftsmen of Uttar Pradesh are famous for Zardozi and Chikan stitching patterns. The craftsmen from different parts of India also decorate handcraftedleather bags with embroidery or embroidered patches. The craftsmen of Rajasthan are famous for the creation of decorated Mojaries/sandals. The handcrafted jute bags are exclusive gift items.
The brass lamps and lighting products from Rajasthan and Moradabad are excellent gift items for any occasion. The buyers may adore the Kashmiri carpets & rugs in theIndian Handicrafts andGifts Fair. These exclusive floor-covers feature outstanding designs of Kashidakari embroidery. The garden decorative items are made of marble, limestone, granite and greenstone. These decorative products are guaranteed to amaze the buyers.