The Bhuj Art and Craft Tour immerses you in the fascinating craft communities. We take you on a journey that will provide you with a fascinating experience and will take you into the heart of each village. This trip gives you the opportunity to engage with them, learn from them, and even purchase crafts directly from the artisan. Handicrafts are an essential aspect of people's lives in this area since the Mutwa group from Sindh specialises in thread and stitching. Mutwa embroidery is a type of needlework that involves a chain of threads embedded with mirrors, silver jewellery, and leather stitching. Visitors may purchase lovely articles and things with Mutwa embroidery.
Visit the Vande Mataram Monument.
The tourists stay in the Bhuj region, visiting tribes in Bhujodi, Ajrakpur, and so on. We spend about an hour at each location.
Ajrakhpur School is where you should visit.
Learn the trade of block printing from a master.
Visit the Shrujan Museum.
A tribal craft museum showing and presenting the narrative of these magnificent handworked crafts from 17 tribes in the area.
The visitors on the Bhuj art and craft trip stay in the vicinity of Bhuj, visiting tribes in Bhujodi, Ajrakpur, and so on, as well as a museum of tribal craft collected from 17 tribes in the area. Learn the skill of block printing from a master. This journey immerses you in the fascinating artisan communities that exist in Bhuj but have gone unnoticed by the rest of the world for decades. We take you on a tour that takes you to the heart of each community, allowing you to connect with them, learn from them, and even purchase crafts directly from the manufacturer.
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