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Kutch region is world known for many arts and crafts. Every year thousands of tourists comes to Bhuj (Kutch) to meet various traditional artisans of Kutch.
Handicrafts are an important part of Kutchi tradition and include embroidery, leather work, pottery, woodwork, batik, Bandhani (fine tie and dye), Ajrakh (block printing of Kutch), Weaving, Rogan (painting on cloth), silver work, mud-mirror work and copper bell making. Handicrafts are used for everyday life, for dowry and now for livelihood. Each community of Kutch has its own style, colours and motifs that represent nature, geometry or religion. Communities of Kutch such as Rabari, Ahir, Mutwa, Halepotra, Jat, Megwhal and Sodha are famous for their detailed embroidery work.
Kutch (Kachchh) is world famous for its handicrafts and for its ‘off the beaten track’ adventures. For the time of your life come and explore this magic land with me!
Group is limited up to max. 3 person for the effectiveness your visit. During these 3 days you'll not only meet some of the award winner artisans of Kutch but also can attempt to try some of your favorite craft.