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The place is beautifully designed , with a amphitheatre . It ha slot of tiny shops where local goods are being sold by artisans. There are many things to do and we spotted two decked up camels too available for camel rides. THere are cultural...More
September is off season so shilpgram visit is of no use but they have retail out in city at Gulab Bagh. Few zinc and silver items they sales there are really exclusive and worth it to buy. Marble items are also there but too expensive...More
We visited Shipagram couple of days ago. There's 1hr cultural show performed by Rajastani artists of all age group(Show is held every alternative hour). Thouroghly enjoyed the show. There are many govt appointed traditional crafts and cloth shops in the village, u can shop here...More
During our holidays in Udaipur, We had visited this beautiful model village called Shilpgram and this is a small museum located inside the premises of Shilpgram. The museum showcases the traditional village lifestyle of a joint family and different types of mud huts used as...More
Shilpgram is pretty far away from anything else in Udaipur, so you might want to ask your rickshaw driver to wait while you check it out. Getting an uber as you leave could have your waiting 30+ minutes.
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Large place depicting rural habitats of Rajasthan and neighbouring states. Artisans from Rajasthan are contracted by the government to display and sell their wares. Keep an hour or so on hand. Folk artists present cultural programs in the evening.
It is a handicraft and art museum. However, if you visit it during December they have a mela outside Shilpgram which will remind you of your childhood in India. It is also a delight for foreign tourists. Personally, I am not such a big fan...More
Go there to encourage the craftsmen for their handmade products . You can take a look or even buy the products to take back home.
Be there to enjoy the song and dance presentation of the rural artists
Visit the place to take a good...More