Uttar Pradesh

A Land Of Amazing Craftwork


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Chikankari, one of Lucknow's most traditional embroidery styles, was introduced to India by Nur Jehan, the wife of Mughal Emperor Jahangir.

Aminabad, Hazaratganj, Chowk, Ada Designer Chikan Studio, Bhoothnath market


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Varanasi is popular for Zari or Zardosi embroidery, and it is one of the major manufacturing centres of handloom sarees in India.

Sidhgiribagh, Shahjahanpur district, Pampur, Farrukhabad

Stone Crafts

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Stonecraft is believed to have been introduced here in the 17th century by Persian artisans brought by the Mughal emperor.

Streets of Agra, Mahoba, Varanasi, and Fatehpur Sikri

Meenakari work

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Meenakari work is a Persian art that was introduced in India by Mughal invaders. Predominantly seen in Rajasthan in combination with other artwork, it is also practised by artisans in Varanasi.

Lal Ghat Varanasi, Bramha Gat Varanasi, Paththar Gali Bharionath


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India has been a prime producer of natural fragrances including the Attar perfume ever since civilization began and the town of Kannauj in UP is the present perfume capital of India

Baba Gauri Shankar Road, Bareilly, Kanpur, Kannauj

Carpet Weaving

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The history of carpet weaving Bhadoi traces its roots to the 16th century when the area was under the reign of Mughal Emperor Akbar.

Ghosiya Aurai Bhadohi, Bhamora Madhosingh Bhadohi, Panchbhaiya Bhadohi

Zar Buland Work

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Zar Buland work was developed in Lucknow by introducing variations in the existing Bidri work of Karnataka.

Sanatkada, Jalaluddeen Bone Handicraft, Lucknow Rastogi Bhandar Art Shop