The crafts of India are diverse, rich in history and religion. The craft of each state in India reflect the influence of different empires. Throughout centuries, crafts have been embedded as a culture and tradition within rural communities.

Block Printing
Bead Work
Bell Metal Orissa
Bodo Weave
Brass Engraving
Chanderi Weaving
Chikankari Embroidery
Coconut Craft
Coir Craft
• Copper Bell Craft
• Dhokra
• Extra Weft Weaving
• Fly Shuttle Dhurrie Weaving
• Gond Painting
• Gota Patti Craft
• Hand Embroidery
• Hand Spinning
• Handbound Notebooks-Bahi
• Ikat Andhra Pradesh
• Jacquard Weaving
• Kalamkari Painting
• Koraput Weaving

• Lacquer Toys Etikopakka
• Leather Embossing
• Madhubani Papier Mache
• Maheshwari Weaving
• Meenakari
• Mojari Craft
• Natural Fibre Craft
• Painted Wood Craft
• Paithani Weaving
• Palm Leaf Craft
• Panja Weaving
• Pattachitra
• Razai Quilting
• Sabai Craft
• Shibori Stitch Resist
• Sikki Grass Weaving
• Soapstone Carving
• Sujni Embroidery
• Tangaliya Weaving
• Thangka Painting
• Tie and Dye
• Tussar Weaving
• Zardozi Embroidery