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JAIPURRAJASTHANSHOPPINGFAIR & FESTIVALUSEFUL INFODIL COOL WORLD
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Jewelry
Paintings
Miniature Art
Phads & Pichwais
Folk Painting
Leatherwear
Stone Carving
Metal Craft
Textile
Blue pottery
Terracota
Dhurries And Carpets
Wooden Artefacts 

|Jewellery | Paintings | Miniature Art | Phads & Pichwais | Folk Painting | Leatherwear | Stone Carving | Metal Craft | Textile | Blue pottery | Terracota | Dhurries And Carpets | Wooden Artefacts

Jewelry

Rajasthan is famous for its jewelry industryEach area has its own unique style that follows the age-old traditions. Be it the regal and classic forms of jewelry adorned by the Royals, Aristocrats and Nobles done in real Gold, Platinum with precious stones embedded to lend glamour or the rural who prefer the reasonable, chunky Silver or the cheap metal with coloured glass cuts to give it an effect.

Some of the most charming and attractive hand crafted jewelry comes from Rajasthan. Rajasthan is famous for its jewelry industry and it is one of the world's largest centre for hand-cutting of gems. It is India's important source for precious and semi precious stones like; Ruby, Emerald, Garnets, Agate, Amethyst, Topaz, Lapis lazuli, Carnelian, etc.

Paintings

Rajasthan Tradition of paintingPaintings are nowhere more vibrant and expressing than that of Rajasthan. Tradition of painting traces back to the dawn of civilisation. Traces of earth colour drawings on walls and intricate motifs of geometrical and natural designs on clay vessels and potteries have been unearthed in the proto-historic Harappan sites of Kalibangan and Peelibanga in north-western Rajasthan. And these traditions of decorating dwellings and articles are still alive. Rajasthan, is known for its miniature paintings, reflecting an incredible portfolio of scenes from myth and legend to history to nature. The variation in art of painting ranges from Wall paintings on Palaces to huts, Miniature paintings, Phad and Pichwais. Though many use synthetic colours, the traditional painters use mineral and vegetable dyes. The cost of the painting depends on an artist's workmanship.