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Indian crafts win laurels in global markets

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Indian art and craft is an old saga. Although, the present state of the industry is flourishing with a touch of contemporary designs and patterns but it is deeply entrenched with the rich craft customs from the past. The uniqueness in the industry lies in its own way.

Indian craft products are a perfect mix of traditional designs and modern techniques. Due to their diversity in designs and their being utilitarian in nature, they are high in demand. Many Indian traders are investing in the industry and flaunt India's custom across the world.

Products such as table mats, napkins, bed sheets, lamp shades etc are made with natural materials, textile printing, block printing, tie and die, hand printing etc, and are much in demand. Gems and jewelries are other obsession of India.

The rising demands in gems and jewelries have transformed Indian craft traditions into a full-grown organized industry. Indian art and craft is highly appreciated and constantly flourishing in domestic and foreign markets due to its utilitarian nature and high acceptance among people of India and people across the whole world.

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Fibre2fashion News Desk - India


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