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    • India’s association with art dates back to the pre-historic time. It is a blending of tradition and modernity. The exploration of creativity reflects through the every genre of Indian art. The nation has been contributing in every sphere of arts, including painting, sculptures, and performing arts and so on.Indian art represents one of the most outstanding facets of the multi-faceted Indianculture. The art form of modern society, stone carving reached pinnacle in theancient and the conventional period in India.
    • The ancient Indian Stone crafts Indian arts and handicrafts tradition reflects a great aesthetics and multifaceted history, which appears through its delicate designs, patterns, intricately crafted monuments, temples and sculptures. The heritage, history, social culture and even everyday living of India are epitomized through Indian crafts. Indians Handicrafts history can be traced back to, as old as, the Stone Age. Timeless pieces of art have held the eye captive with its fascinating appearance. Today these bear a reflection of the glorious Indian traditions. From ancient times Indian Arts and Crafts had has a deep impact on the social structure and depicts the culture, traditions and style of living of that particular era. Each era has its own flavor and the political and social influences are quite visible on the crafts belonging to those times.For centuries Indian handicrafts have been distinguished for their great aesthetic andfunctional value. The art of sculpture and architecture is the poetic expression of stonecraft. Small-scale sculptures of deities, modeled on classical prototypes, continue to bemade in many parts of India. During Maurya period Indian handicrafts reached toperfection especially in Stone crafts and at present days Uttar Pradesh, Agra and Orissaare famous for their mastery in stone carvings.
    • The modern Indian Stone Crafts Thus from Indus Valley Civilization to the modern day, Indian Handicrafts evolved to high levels of the perfection and skills. Craft traditions have become an integral part of lifestyle of many artisans who transform stone into poetry by making those fashion animals, human figures, plain geometric forms, daily usage articles and even home decor items. Indian handicrafts present some of the world’s widest and finest range of products.The present day handicraft tradition of India is a perfect example of assimilation between thetraditional designs and modern techniques. The fast growing demands for Indian stonehandicraft and gifts products have made this sector a full-fledged large scale organized industrythat is growing day by day.
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