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10 Indian Folk Arts That Are Getting Fame Internationally

India is known for its rich cultural heritage but it would take almost our entire lifetime to uncover these hidden gems within the niches we don't even know exist. Here are some of the famous folk art of India that even the world around us succeeded in uncovering because, not only the people who practice it are sincere to their work but their talent is so exceptional that the world couldn't help but notice it.
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Top 10 Indian art forms to try with your friends and colleagues.

Are you still wondering what to do this weekend? Are you getting no quality time to spend with your near and dear ones? Or are office hours getting on your nerves? And you also happen to have a flair for art!
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10 Best Art Galleries In India For Art Enthusiasts To Visit

India worships art and has given birth to some brilliant artists. As a result, every nook and corner of the country has its form of art and displays some mesmerizing pieces. To witness the enchanting power of these art forms, you must see them yourself. This is the reason why museums and art galleries exist. To sate
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Art Without Limits: Explore Handicrafts Across India

Blessed with rich art and cultural heritage reflected in every detail that goes into making any handicraft item, India is truly a paradise for art lovers. India’s craftspeople have a mastery of their craft that cannot be learned in a few years, which makes these art forms more valuable. However, to pay homage to the
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Deep-Rooted Modern and Traditional Indian Art Paintings

India is a country blessed with a rich cultural heritage. One can find numerous art forms. Whether it is tribal, folk, religious or rural art forms, it has now gained popularity. Modern and traditional arts are the two styles of paintings that are popular among artists and art lovers. Traditional Indian art paintings has mythological and
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Explore: 7 Most Popular Indian Art Forms

Folk Art Paintings have various types with some being done on cloth or fabric, leaves or wood, in the caves. Even in the form of paintings on the ground that we commonly refer to as rangoli in Indian culture. As the name suggests Folk Art always depicts or portrays folklores and stories. It revolves around