Handicrafts

The Arts and Crafts originated to design and reform social activities principally to motivated the Artisans and fulfill their daily needs through the creative process of handicrafts. The Industrial Revolution and the increasing mechanisation of production processes gradually reduced or eliminated many of the roles professional craftspeople played, and today many handicrafts are increasingly seen, especially when no longer the mainstay of a formal vocational trade, as a form of hobby, folk art and sometimes even fine art were TURBANCART is promoting Nationally and Internationally.

The term handicrafts can also refer to the products of such artisanal efforts that require specialized of knowledge. This may be highly technical in their execution, requires specialized of equipment and facilities to produce, involve manual labor or good work ethics are accessible to the general public and are constructed from materials with histories that exceed the boundaries of Indian "fine art" traditions such as Jaipuri Handicrats, Blue Pottery, Silver Items, Various Idols, Antiques, Flower Pots, Hukkas, Antiques, Flower Pots, Marble Clocks, etc available with TURBANCART.

These products are produced within a specific community of practice. They mostly differ from the products produced within the communities of art and design. The boundaries often overlap, resulting in hybrid objects out of which Jaipuri Handicrafts are definitions of ancient crafts, whereas Blue Pottery is widely recognized as a traditional craft of Rajasthan, though it is Turko-Persian in origin. Additionally, as the interpretation and validation of art is frequently a matter of context, an audience may perceive handicrafted objects as art objects when these objects are viewed within an art context, such as in a museum or in a position of prominence in one's home. So with respect to the same TURBANCART is exclusively promoting all these Handicrafts online.