Time Required : 3-4 hrs
Entry Fee : The cost of handcrafted work is higher due to its appreciation on the international level
Kutch is famous for its Great Rann of Kutch, an enormous white salt desert that lies within the boundaries of Thar desert. The endless white fields of salt is truly a wonder India is blessed with. As much as we know Rann Of Kutch for its great salt desert, it is also a place known for its artistic handicrafts. Most of the small villages in the Kutch district are engaged in the craft business, preparing some of the finest artifacts that they put on sale during the Rann Utsav.
Kutch is a famous tourist destination, and its market has a lot to offer to the shopaholics especially those who admire the precious artworks. The whole region is dotted with the artisan villages each one with a unique style of handicrafts. Kutch is most famous for its embroideries.
There are several tribes that prepare the various handmade articles with the famous art of their region. More than 11,000 women and 65 villages are engaged in the handwork business. You can buy embroidered bedsheets, clothes, jackets, sarees, carpets, etc. from the villages of Kutch.
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