The story of Indian handicrafts dates back to one of the oldest civilizations of the world. Representing beauty, dignity, form and style, handicrafts from India are objects d'art.
The sheer versatility of the various materials used to create handcrafted gift items makes them truly unique. Materials range from wood, stone, metal, grass, papier mache, and glass, to cane bamboo, textiles, clay, terracotta and ceramic — everything goes into the creation of a masterpiece.
The industry covers a wide range of lifestyle and utility products, such as:
- House ware
- Decorative items and gifts
- Home textiles
- Floor coverings
- Home accessories
- Cane products, bamboo and eco-friendly products
- Christmas decorations
- Candles and incense sticks
- Fashion jewellery
- Accessories and bags
Export Promotion Council For Handicrafts
The Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH) is the apex body of the Government of India and works under the administrative control of the Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. EPCH has the distinction of being considered a 'model council', a self-sustaining body that self-finances all promotional activities.
"EPCH House", Pocket - 6&7
Sector - 'C', L.S.C
New Delhi - 110 070
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