Merchant traders and purveyors of the finer things have been travelling to India for centuries. Each state, even individual towns, have their own unique style of handicraft. But, with few official centres for the arts, most of these techniques were passed down the generations, and many of them face extinction. Keeping India’s colourful traditions alive Indian Experiences’ textile tours and workshops aim to help promote these art forms – and let you try your hand at it whilst doing so. It’s not as easy as it looks!

Pushpendra, your host at Walk and pedal Tours Udaipur, will introduce you to a city that you simply will never find out from a guide book. He make navigating the narrow lanes and busy streets much easier and there’s always time to stop to buy some jaggery

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The interest in the indigenous arts for the gallery is the heart and soul of Must Art Gallery. They believe in the aesthetics and historical significance of tribal art and the importance of ensuring the visibility it rightfully deserves and the environment to flourish.

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Jaipur Diaries invites visitors to participate in our interesting, creative and colourful workshops. Based on our traditional handicrafts, learning and a healthy respect for all things natural, these workshops are a great way to have fun while you create! 

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