Spirit of India : Online Craft Gallery

Covid19 is the most uncertain period for mankind. Everyone is coping to survive and manage their daily lives. Amidst this crisis there are artisans who are struggling because there are no means of earrings. We @shilpworld are trying our best to support our artisans and other artisans across India. To support we are conducting live workshops on various traditional crafts of India. 

The next step we are organising a week long events to create awareness, establish a dialogue and making craft accessible during this global crises. An online exhibition “Spirit of India” is curated, which include traditional crafts from various part of India. A virtual gallery exhibition and story telling from August 7- 15.

Please do join us to support artisans and help the craft survive during this tough time

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ARTISTS AND ORGANIZATIONS

Click the artist images to view their profile & incredible collections!

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar [Madhubani Painting]

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar, learned this craft from his mother late Girija Devi and practised it from his childhood in order to supplement his family’s finances. 

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat [Meenakari]

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat Shilpguru, National Awardee, Meenakari Artist In the 16th Century, His ancestors were brought to Jaipur [Amber] from Lahore [Pakistan]

Mr. Prithvi Raj Kumawat [Gemstone carving]

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat Shilpguru, National Awardee, Meenakari Artist In the 16th Century, His ancestors were brought to Jaipur [Amber] from Lahore [Pakistan]

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar [Madhubani Painting]

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar, learned this craft from his mother late Girija Devi and practised it from his childhood in order to supplement his family’s finances. 

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat [Meenakari]

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat Shilpguru, National Awardee, Meenakari Artist In the 16th Century, His ancestors were brought to Jaipur [Amber] from Lahore [Pakistan]

Mr. Prithvi Raj Kumawat [Gemstone carving]

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat Shilpguru, National Awardee, Meenakari Artist In the 16th Century, His ancestors were brought to Jaipur [Amber] from Lahore [Pakistan]

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar [Madhubani Painting]

Mr. Chandra Bhushan Kumar, learned this craft from his mother late Girija Devi and practised it from his childhood in order to supplement his family’s finances. 

Mr. Prithvi Raj Kumawat [Gemstone carving]

Mr. Inder Singh Kudrat Shilpguru, National Awardee, Meenakari Artist In the 16th Century, His ancestors were brought to Jaipur [Amber] from Lahore [Pakistan]