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Cherial scroll paintings
Brass artware of A.P
Wood carvings
Rose wood furniture
Bobbili Veena
Banjara Embroidery
Rose wood
Bidri
Rosewood Panels
Kondapalli toys
Kalamkari Paintings
Stone carvings
Nirmal furniture
Cotton and jute durries
Nirmal toys
Leather lamp shades
Nirmal paintings
Kalamkari block prints
Silver filigree
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Banjara Embroidery
Banjara Embroidery ...
Bidri
It was neither splendor nor aesthetics that attracted royal patronage for Bidriraft. In fact, it was ...
Brass artware of A.P
Pembarthi village in Warangal District of Andhra Pradesh witnessed its glory during the reign of the ...
Cherial scroll paintings
One of the most distinctive features that makes Cherial folk paintings stand apart, is the narrative ...
Cotton and jute durries
Over 500 artisans in Warangal and its surroundings are involved in artistically creating an attracti ...
Kondapalli toys
Kondapalli toys have carved a niche of their own in the world of handicrafts. Nimble fingered artisa ...
Kalamkari paintings
The enhancing effulgence of colours and the characters that emerge on cotton fabric, help create a r ...
Leather lamp shades
The art of making Lampshades has its origin in Leather puppetry. This form of art popularly known as ...
 

Andhra Pradesh is a treasure-trove of a fascinating range of art forms and traditional crafts, each unique in style, theme, concept, form and expression.

Through centuries old, these crafts and arts without exception have displayed innate flexibility and durability. They adapt to the changing eras and times and till date maintain an enriching and endearing freshness. Kalamkari with its lucid and colorful depiction of the epics and landscapes; the lively and lovely kondapalli toys carved out of soft-wood; Nirmal paintings with their golden hues and the Bidricraft with silvery contours, have become the cynosure of not only connoisseurs, but also interior designers.

 
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