India Craft Week Shop welcomes you to buy handicraft online from the collection of most authentic crafts of India
If you've just moved in to a new home or renovating your existing home, art is the first thing that comes to your mind. Consult us for tips on Traditional Art paintings of India that you'd like to incorporate in your home decoration.
Our large directory of exclusive and rare crafts of India can help you decide gift for your loved ones. Connect with us or choose any special craft from our shop. We are sure our selection of crafts will make your job easy.
Art is something that needs care and love over time and proper attention to your art piece make it sustain for a longer period of time. you can always contact us for 'Free of Charge', we are happy to assist, drop us an email.
During COVID 19, many artisans and craftsmen have been deprived of sales and orders. This is not a good situation and their survival looks difficult if they aren't very big players or well established. Support an artisan by buying a craft piece in this time.
If you like what we do and how we do, please share the word, every small appreciation gives us more and more courage to fight with this difficult time and stand stronger for our artisan.
Who stitches your cloth is a very strong and encouraging statement, this is must to know that how your clothes are made, your home is planned and art on your wall is conceived. Every art piece at India Craft Week Shop is well curated keeping your current lifestyles and trends in mind.
Kalyan Joshi comes from a long line of Phad painters, dating back to the thirteenth century. Kalyan Joshi ji experiments with new stories, contemporary style of craft painting and line drawing
Lalita Vakil is a master crafts person specializing in Chamba Rumaal Embroidery. Lalita ji uses her expertise to train the younger generation to learn the craft and therefore increase their handmade employment opportunities
Om Prakash Galav inherited the craft of pottery making from his ancestors as a part of his family business. He is a Fifteenth generation pottery maker, having grown up playing with clay. His handmade miniature pots are a delight to own
Dalavai Kullayappa comes from a family specialising in this ancient art of making handmade Leather Puppets for the past 3 centuries. Being a UNESCO and National Award Winner, Dalavai ji plays a critical role in the revival of this dying craft
Dhonk Ladies are wives of ex-poachers
They made artisanal products for survival
Give them a reason to continue doing this