In ancient India, crafts and art were one—both synonymous, both an integral part of home, worship and everyday life, not segregated into gallery displays or marketplace commerce. – LAILA TYABJI
India’s crafts is as diverse as its populace. But just as the idea of India, we believe that craft has a diverse universe of opinions on what constitutes craft Products that are produced by artisans, either completely by hand or with the help of hand-tools or even mechanical means, as long as the direct manual contribution of the artisan remains the most substantial component of the finished product… The special nature of artisanal products derives from their distinctive features, which can be utilitarian, aesthetic, artistic, creative, culturally attached, decorative, functional, traditional, religiously and socially symbolic and significant.
The proposed definition of handicrafts according to EPCH –
“Item or product produced through skills that are manual, with or without mechanical or electrical or other processes, which appeals to the eye, due to the characteristics of being artistic or aesthetic or creative or ethnic or being representative of cultural or religious or social symbols or practices, whether traditional or contemporary.
These items or products may or may not have a functional utility and can be used as a decorative item or gift”.
The CCraft Tree is aiming to connect Indian handmade gift boxes to urban markets and global markets .Their designer boxes have ethnic touch with global theme. The CCraft Tree huge collection is sourced different states of Idia with an aim to promote local artisans
# Local handicrafts # Hand Made Gift Boxes # Handicrafts from Agra