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About "Arts of India" Store

Arts of India

Who we are?


What we do?


Our Social Responsibilities



Arts of India - A "Sankriti" Venture

Arts of India - Traditional Arts and Crafts from India, is a venture of "Sanskriti", which is registered in Bangalore, India. The portal represents the inter-cultural moment of India, when new perspectives arise and much that has been forgotten is rediscovered and replayed.

The goal of Sanskriti is to help Indian Traditional Arts and artists get the recognition on global art map.

What we do?

For the past one decade, we are promoting Indian arts and crafts and providing a much needed platform for the mostly poor and remotely situated artists on these arts. The core focus of Sanskriti has been and not limited to:


Madhubani Paintings

Warli Arts

Manjusha Arts

Gond Arts

Shekhawati Paintings

Kalamkari Arts

Glass Arts

Mandala Paintings

Santhal Paintings

Kalighat Painitngs

Miniature Arts

Kangra Arts

Rajasthani Arts

Pichhwai Paintings

Tanjore Arts

Phad Paintings

Modern Indian Arts

Jamini Roy Arts

Mysore Arts

Floral Arts

Shell Arts

Sikki Arts

Shantiniketan Arts

Jagdalpore Arts

Bankura Horse

Shadow Puppet Arts

Sanjhi Arts

Tant Arts

Nathdwara Paintings

Bhil Arts

Pattachitra / Patua / Scroll Arts




Our Social Responsibilities

We are part of our society and we truly understand the responsibilities we have towards it. Though its true that not all the artists are poor, we know most of them are and these artists are playing a crucial role of keeping Indian traditional arts alive till date and they need proper care else we might loose the arts along with them. We do provide support to these artists in the following manner

  • Listing and Placing their art works on with sufficient details at minimum cost.
  • Help them getting buyers for their art works and close the deal
  • Help them participating in Art events, workshops and exhibitions.
  • Connect them with people interested in learning the arts.

We hope to revive the forgotten and slowly vanishing traditional arts of India and their artists with our sincere efforts.



Artisans in India

The artisan sector has enormous untapped potential to drive economic and community development and preserve cultural heritage in the developing world. Artisans play a major role in developing communities or local economies. Second only to agriculture, artisan enterprise is the second largest employer in the developing world. In India alone, seven million artisans make a living using traditional skills and techniques to create handmade products. Artisan crafts are proven sources of job creation, export earnings, poverty alleviation, promotion of cultural diversity, and skills building and human capital investment.


From early ages to current world, people of India have been using handmade products for a long time. In ancient India people lived in colonies called tribals and they were used to make utility items for their daily need. Then people started selling these products in the local markets “Haat”. Time has been passed and people have become more developed and civilized in all aspects, those who were making handicraft products have started trading their makings by increasing demand.


Skilled people create varied kinds of items starting from consumer goods to decorative pieces out of paper, wood, clay, shells, rock, stone, metal etc. with the help of simple tools. The country of India is known for its ethnicity. Artisan sector form the gateway to this ethnic nation. So far as art and culture is concerned, India features amongst the culturally rich countries in the world. The country is fortunate enough to possess some highly skilled artisans. They have increased the fame of Indian handicrafts around the globe. Till now, many rural people earn their livelihood from their creative pieces of art.


The art and crafts examples can be seen in the fort and palaces of India, in Indian architecture and miniature paintings of India. Miniatures paintings are beautiful handmade paintings, which are quite colourful but small in size. The highlight of these paintings is the intricate and delicate brushwork, which lends them a unique identity. The colors are handmade, from minerals, vegetables, precious stones, indigo, conch shells, pure gold and silver. Several handicraft and painting techniques can be seen in different places of India. Every state has its own painting technique. The major Indian states those are known for their arts, culture and paintings are Bihar, Maharshtra, Madhya Pradesh, West Bengal, Tamilnadu, Orissa, Assam, Himachal Pradesh etc.


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