In the towns of Tamil Nadu and Pondicherry, the talented glass workers engaged in sophisticated processes to create glass beads. By 1000 BCE, Arikamedu was already an acknowledged site for glass-bead making. Beads were made using the drawn glass process, later adopted by European glass makers.
A testament to the rich culture of Sheopur is the craft of lacquer which has about 400 years of history hidden in its glinting curves.
As old as civilisation, the tradition of narrating stories with the help of puppets has been a great source of entertainment and knowledge. Bringing down stories from generation to generation, the storyteller (sutradhara – holder of strings) acquires a vital role in puppet shows.
A little girl sits on her bed, eyes twinkling with mirth. Her parents have returned
As the rising sun marked the beginning of a new day, the citizens of the
Away from the hustle of city life where Sun gleams bright over deserted roads, Some
Gaatha brings to you, traditional handicrafts and the culture behind them, directly from the very home of the Indian artisan.