Indian handicrafts is an art of making crafts by hand in India is called Indian handicrafts, in ancient India people lived in colonies called tribals and they were used to make utility items for their daily need, that art of making the crafts called handicrafts, and the items called handicrafts goods.
In a world that has become increasingly mechanised and homogenised, the unique and the individual deserve a special place. While 20 million artisans are part of the crafts industry, it is the hands of each individual craftsperson that create the object of utility or beauty. It is the nuance of being an artisan that the film represents.
India has some truly amazing workmanship. This short film explores some of the traditional arts and crafts of India, which one-day may be taken over by machines like the rest of the world. Some of the skills include; jewellery making, wood carving, sewing, embroidery, stone carving, shoemaking, bookbinding, weaving, inlaying, and an ancient method of naturally dying fabrics. the experiences of traditional craftspersons from across the country and their connection to the land which gave them their identity, are explored.
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