In the desert belt of India, traditional costumes and handicrafts have an incredible mix of vibrant colors and exuberant designs. Usually, women in remote villages create a wide variety of eye-catching handicrafts including exquisite wall hangings.
Wall hangings are also created by the nomads in India are called Banjara, meaning "free people". These people lead carefree lives far away from the stress and pollution of urban life. Over generations, they have developed fine handicrafts suiting their lifestyle. Banjara handicrafts abound in color and are highly creative. Colorful threads, tiny mirrors and pieces of cloth are transformed into unique and charming piece of art by these nomadic people.
Woven fabrics, mostly silk are also used to create unique decorations for walls. In addition to fabrics, materials like wood and stone are also used to create unusual and attractive wall decor items.
The expected irregularities in the border, design, color etc. contribute to the uniqueness of this handicraft, contrary to the perfection expected from today's technology.
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