National Crafts Museum Delhi
The Crafts Museum complex is a charming oasis in the midst of the hustle and bustle of Delhi.
Handicrafts from Jharkhand
Mud huts with painted walls and thatched roofs, courtyards, terracotta horses recreating village shrines, craftsmen at work are some of the elements that add to the rural ambience of the place.
Within the museum itself are examples of traditional Indian crafts, wooden carvings and images, metalware, especially ewe Perdue objects from Bastar, West Bengal and Bihar, clay and terracotta pots, toys and images, folk and tribal paintings, jewellery and textiles.
Bead Work from Delhi
Charakh from Kerala
Artwork from Chatisgarh
Timings : 9:30 AM to 5:00 PM All days of the week.
Note: The Exhibition galleries are closed on Mondays.