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The Geographical Indication (GI Tag) of Indian handicraft resembles that the product belongs to a particular place of origin. There are many unique Indian Handicraft items that have got this recognition and it continues to get such tags with the geographical indications. India is a diverse country and the states have their own unique range of products that have the potential to get recognized by the geographical indications (GI Tag) of India. The GI tag helps to protect these handicrafts from being imitated and ensures that the consumers receive genuine and high-quality products.

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DKR-19-0000001 - Small Sitting Bull in Dokra

DKR-19-0000001
Dokra art is a traditional form of metal craft that originated in the Dhokra Damar tribes of West Bengal, Odisha, and Jharkhand in India. The name "Dokra" comes from the Dhokra Damar tribe who are the traditional metal smiths and the craft is also referred to as "Dhokra" art.
₹650.00 ₹450.00

PCW-19-0000005 - Hand Fan - Patachitra

PCW-19-0000005
Bengal Patachitra typically depicts mythological stories and folklore, and is known for its vibrant colors, intricate details, and use of natural materials like vegetable dyes and handmade paper. The paintings often have a narrative quality, with sequential panels that tell a story.
₹550.00 ₹450.00

PCW-19-0000006 - Maa Durga - Patachitra

PCW-19-0000006
Bengal Patachitra typically depicts mythological stories and folklore, and is known for its vibrant colors, intricate details, and use of natural materials like vegetable dyes and handmade paper. The paintings often have a narrative quality, with sequential panels that tell a story.
₹4,900.00 ₹4,100.00
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