Among all the Indian states, Rajasthan is one of those which are known extensively for their contribution towards indigenous art and crafts. Across several regions and ethnicities, the state has nurtured and nourished exquisite instances across multiple art forms - art, handicraft, music, dance, theatrics, puppetry and more.
Located near the Havala village, only 3 kilometres west on the outskirts of Udaipur, Shilpgram is a one-of-its-kind living ethnographic museum that reflects that same culture and heritage, not only of Rajasthan but of entire West Zone. Inaugurated by Rajiv Gandhi way back in 1989, Shilpgram is a collaborative effort dedicated towards upholding and promoting the lifestyle, art and culture born in the nooks and crannies of rural and suburban parts of western India. The main objective is to not only endorse the culture and way of living of ethnic minorities and tribal communities, but also keeping them alive for the next generations to know and appreciate.
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