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Crafts Museum having the varsatile craft traditions of India. Its is situated in large campus opposite to Old fort and at the corner of Pragati Maidan. The craft museum was designed by the famous architect Charles Correa. Currently collection in museum consists of over 33,000...More
Craft museum near Purana Qila complex is one of the largest craft museums of India. Designed by Charles Correa
it showcases the regional arts & crafts of India. Exquisite range of textile designs like Chanderi, Jamawar, kalamkari, Pashmina,Kantha, Ikkat, Pichwai, Phulkari, Chamba Rumal,
The museum will be an interesting place to see if you are a lover of traditional arts and crafts of india. It contains various galleries and holds dolls and idols of different ages as well as from different parts of our country. Inside the museum...More
I recommend this museum to anyone interested in traditional village arts such as wall painting, terracotta sculpture, metalwork, and textiles. It consists of various pavilions and courtyards and so is a lovely place in good weather. This is a living museum. There are performance spaces,...More
It has got enormous space to provide you the feel of a museum as well as that of a village. The presence of craftspeople from across the Indian states is a great plus, you get to see how they work and prepare beautiful antiques
A fascinating display in many galleries covering sculpture, folk painting and an outstanding collection of textiles hidden away in the back galleries past the vendors. Be certain to ask direction for access downstairs for these wonderful saris and other historical textiles on exhibit.
A beautiful place gathering respectful artists and craftsmen who has extraordinary works on textiles , wood, metals, pottery , paintings , all you can names. A showpieces of the wonderful Indian art and culture all inside this open museum, happy we can get some amazing...More
It's a beautiful calm place to run away from the crowded Delhi n that too in middle of the city!
A good place for meeting with frnds with the backdrop of rich crafts n heritage around ...
Lota restaurant adds to the charm of the...More