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Products from Andhra Pradesh

Products Description
Narasapur Crochet Lace Craft

  • The lace product is geographically limited to West Godavari and Konaseema districts within the Godavari region, Andhra Pradesh.
  • The crochet lace craft produces three categories of lace products: Garments, Home furnishings, and Accessories.

Products from Odisha

Products Description
Cuttack Rupa Tarakasi (Silver Filigree)

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  • Cuttack Rupa Tarakasi produces exquisite silver filigree jewellery and decorative items.
  • The craft involves delicate silver wires twisted and shaped into intricate patterns, often resembling lacework.

Products from West Bengal

Products Description
Banglar Muslin

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  • Banglar muslin is a traditional handloom craft from Bengal.
  • This muslin fabric is made of cotton, spun to create threads with exceptional tensile strength (above 300 counts and up to 600 counts), surpassing other cotton products.

Products from Gujarat

Products Description
Kutch Rogan Craft

  • Kutch, in the Gujarat, is famous for its Rogan art.
  • Rogan involves painting on fabric using castor oil-based colours, creating vibrant and intricate designs.
Ambaji White Marble

  • This exquisite marble is highly calcic and is extracted from the town of Ambaji, Gujarat.
  • Formed when limestone is re-crystallised under the earth’s crust due to intense pressure and heat.
  • The marble possesses a soft and waxy appearance.
  • It is widely used in creating sculptures and architectural elements.

Products from Madhya Pradesh

Products Description
Ratlam Riyawan Lahsun (Garlic)

  • This garlic is cultivated in Riyawan village of Ratlam district, Madhya Pradesh.
  • It has a higher oil content and bold flavours than the other varieties.
  • Each bulb of Riyawan garlic consists of five to six cloves, which are known to possess a pungent taste and medicinal value.

Products from Tripura

Products Description
Tripura Risa Textile

  • It is common in almost all 19 indigenous tribal communities of Tripura.
  • It is a handwoven cloth used as a female upper garment, as headgear, a stole, or a present to express respect.
  • Handloom remains an integral part of the Tripuri household, even with the advent of powerloom-manufactured garments.

Products from Telangana

Products Description
Hyderabad Lac Bangles

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  • It will be the 17th product from Telangana to receive GI tag.
  • Lac bangles are made of resin that is malleable to heat.
  • The lac that looks like a rolling pin is melted into a soft dough.
  • The melted lac is fitted on various sizes of metal bangle rings and then pressed and rolled to give the shape and look of a bangle.
  • They are then embellished with crystals, beads, or mirrors.

Products from Assam

Products Description
Mask-Making (Mukha Shilpa)

  • The craft dates back to the medieval ages when Saint Sankardeva introduced Neo-Vaisnavism and used various art forms, including mask-making, to spread his teachings.
  • These masks represent a range of images and emotions, embodying the region’s unique socio-religious culture.
  • They demonstrate the versatility of local materials.
Manuscript Painting

  • Manuscript paintings in Majuli primarily depict stories from Hindu epics such as the Ramayana, Mahabharata, and the Bhagavata Purana.
  • These paintings often focus on events related to Lord Krishna.
  • The 3 popular manuscript writing styles in the region are Gargayan script, Kaithall, and Bamunia.
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