Dastkar Bazaar Is Here To Reveal The Real Crafts From India


India is a finery of art and crafts and each state savors in its specialty of cultural ethos by presenting it in the form of handloom and craft. Craft over the years have become a catalytic tool for social and economic empowerment.

Dastkar is one such NGO giving a platform to a number of crafts and craftsmen and separating them from the usual urban market along with working for reviving their craft and also uplifting and encouraging the community.

Dastkar Bazaar

The Dastkar Bazaar, supported by the Government of Rajasthan unveils today by Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje. The Bazaar will showcase some of the finest craftsmanship from across the country by bringing artisans on a single platform.


Image Credit: Dastkar Ranthambore

This vibrant celebration of crafts and culture begins from today (16th Oct’2015) and will be spreading the artistic skills till 8th November 2015. You can also learn these handcrafted skills from some traditional craftspeople through demonstrations and workshops.


Image Credit: Dastkar Ranthambore

So come down at Urban Haat, Parshuram Dwara, Opposite Jal Mahal, Jaipur to revel the real beauty of Indian craft and craftsmen.


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