15 July 2007


It was the weekend, and I indulged in the art and crafts.The workmanship and the skill of the designers. They drew and visualised. They used local metals and the stones found in the area to create it. Religion, culture, tradition and passion played a role to create them and so did long hours of toiling to recreate them. These pieces have travelled from far. From far east, from a place called Rajasthan in India. A place known for palaces, of valor and bravery of kings and their kingdoms who patronised the artisans. Art and craft grew and spread all through out the state and beyond.
Images: collections of a friend who sells these pieces.


Pacchai Milagai said...

wow anrosh.... these pieces are just breathtaking...thanks for the post enjoyed it.

Arch said...

I love these silver ornaments...fantastic!

kellyloveswhales said...

Beautiful pieces. Beautiful photos.

Anrosh said...

Pacchai miligai. I wish I had them.I am glad that you enjoyed them.

Arch, The intricate details are fantastic.

Kellyloveswhales, The photos does not do much justice when compared to the original pieces.

Thank You for stopping by. I enjoyed sharing them.

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