Sequined, beaded, carved, engraved & printed, are some of the popular ways hand-made jewelry is prepared. India is famous for flaunting these hand-made ornaments. All the rustic village fairs, the lost lanes of capital cities, hide-away age-old artisans sitting under the shed selling these finitely beautiful jewelleries.
Women of all ages flock to these traditional jewelers; they might be buying trinkets for themselves, or a loved one. But these beaded ornaments are simple and exquisite in their own way. No gold and diamond, but every trinket is made with the pure sentiment of bringing a touch of elusive charm to its wearer.
These artisans weren’t taught the trade but using their undefined imagination!
India Imprints calls out to all Indian citizens, ‘come let’s bring these artisans under one roof and give them their desired recognition and value. They have indeed blended rustic culture with a modern touch, winning hearts.’