Treats on Treats – Fashion and Outfit Inspiration – #Fashion #Inspiration #Outfi…

Treats on Treats – Fashion and Outfit Inspiration – #Fashion #Inspiration #Outfit #Treats

It is well known worldwide for its hand-printed textiles, furniture, leather work, jewelry, painting, ceramics and metal crafts. The ethnic aura also encloses the simplest forms that make each one a collector.

Fabrics of Rajasthan
Rajasthani fabrics are decorated with wonderfully vibrant colors. They use fabrics such as cotton, silk and wool to make attractive patterns and textures.

Tie & Color:
• This art is called & # 39; Bandhej & # 39;. In this, the clothes are colored together with the unpainted points, which gives a distinct appearance. This is a very good art.
• A DE-starched cotton fabric (it can be made by soaking it in water overnight) is used for & # 39; Bandhej & # 39;. Then the design and patterns are prepared on the motif such as flower, leaves etc .. Now the motif is tied according to your pattern using threads.
• The beauty of technology is the fact that each and every way you associate gives you a new design every time.
• The entire cloth along with bound motifs are now colored. After dying, washing and drying, all knots are opened and the fabric is finished with extravagant patterns.

Block Painting:
Rajasthan is the heart of block printing. Most of the work is done by hand only. The art of blocking printing and dyeing is linked to home decor and fabric for personal use. The most important centers for block printing are Sanganer and Bagru.

Jewelry from Rajasthan
Rajasthan is known especially for silver ornaments. Every part of Rajasthan is known for its own distinct style of silver jewelry. The Jaipur craftsmen, known for their high-quality enamel work, use enamel colors such as red, blue, white, black, green, yellow and golden that are derived from minerals.

Creatively designed jewelry uses combinations of enamelling and Kundan work unique to Rajasthan. The customer is the art of putting stones into jewelry.

Lac & Glass:
• Lac has mainly used bracelets and decorative objects. Lac bracelets are made in light colors. These bracelets and decorative items are coated with glass and colored stone.
• The process of making lac bracelets includes quite a bit of technology and needs much less space. Manufacturing of lac is a rather tedious process which represents a major step in producing the shellacs.
• Lac shellac is melted in a vessel and when in a semi-molten state, the mixture is stirred and attached to the end of the wooden stick.
• Then the lacquer that is attached to the wood is slowly heated as the lac begins to heat and soften and is pressed against a metal plate (Silla), at the same time in intervals with a flat wooden tool locally known as HATTA.
• When lac is warm and soft, the colored lac is heated and melted in the desired color and then rubbed evenly along the lac to get the color. After applying the paint, he rolls out the lac to the desired length and thickness.
• The lacquer is transformed into the shape of a bracelet and then the craftsman inserts a finished lac bracelet in a wooden door to give it a proper size and shape.
• Rajasthan is rich in jewelry, each area has its own unique style. Some of the traditional patterns are rakhri, tirnaniyan, bala, bajuband, gajra, gokhru, iodine, etc.

Furniture and wood carving
Rajasthan excels in creating "antique furniture". Doors and windows, wooden harokhaes, tables with cast iron jalis, boards, chairs, benches, jhools or swings and cabinets are made to resemble the furniture that was fashionable in Havelis a hundred years ago.

Marble tops for tables are also popular, and screens are available with both painted panels and brass ornaments. The range of paintings of Rajasthani furniture is one of the special features of Rajasthani furniture.

These paintings are flexible and have very distinctive own styles as these paintings are examples of a rich craft. The color scheme is mainly traditional, which brings the effects of the rich cultural heritage to the forefront.

Cheap souvenirs are easier to remember than most other things when it comes to memories of a state of chivalrous kings and beautiful queens. Painted wooden heads, hands made simply by filling rags or cotton in the sleeve dress, with painted expression, arched eyebrows, mustache for men and nose ring for women and large expressive eyes on the face, dolls are draped with dresses made of sequins old fabrics.

Dead animal hides have never been used better than in Rajasthan, either as Mojari jutis (the embroidered shoes) or as saddles, bags and bags. Jaipur and Jodhpur are the traditional centers of jutis.

Rajasthan with a treasure of history, picturesque architecture, magnificent art & culture and the enchanting landscape is an unmatched destination.