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Woodcrafts can be found everywhere in India. in cities. walls. in modern buildings. in temples. in remote villages.India has a very long woodcraft history with its prime time during Vijayanagar Empire southern India(1336AD). and one will be impressed by the wide variety of styles of this craftwork . . Wood craftsmen then were highly respected by the royalty because woodcraft was considered an art and a trade. posts. on wooden doors.

Types of Indian furniture Cane furniture Sankheda furniture Pidha furniture Patra furniture Tilonia furniture Kishangarh furniture Kashmir furniture .

These component parts are then screwed or glued together to create a frame. it can be shaped into various forms by hand. Its strong yet pliable nature.CANE FURNITURE  Cane furniture from India is the epitome of simplicity combined with comfort and aesthetic appeal. . It is interesting that cane furniture has been made in India since the 2nd century AD. make it ideal for use in furniture.  Cane grows in the thick tropical forests in India. Once the cane is heated.

a small town at the bank of the River Narmada. floral and abstract designs are painted on it The traditional colors used by artisans are gold silver. The wood is first shaved and smoothened to create the required shapes. Nowadays. maroon. vermilion and brown. . And furniture from this state in India is characterized by bright painted patterns and motifs. This style of furniture from India is made from 100% teakwood. craftsmen also experiment with colors like ivory and purple. green.. Thereafter. The Sankheda furniture is exclusive to Sankheda.SANKHEDA FURNITURE   Gujarat is a land of colorful and vibrant arts and crafts.

and a seat that is woven with cotton yarn or goat's hair to form geometric patterns.PIDHA FURNITURE  This furniture is famous of Lunkaransar in India. . This stool has a wooden frame. The most recognizable Pidha furniture is the woven low stool or cot.

It is ornate in appearance. India.PATRA FURNITURE This furniture is the pride of Rajasthan. It is plated with white metal that has been beautifully carved and engraved. . and was commonly found in the palaces of this Desert State.

The Tilonia chairs and stools are the most popular furniture items from this region. It is also known for its woven jute work on furniture.TILONIA FURNITURE  This attractive furniture from India is originally from Saharanpur in Uttar Pradesh. Tilonia Patio Chairs & Table . The artisans from Tilonia in Rajasthan later enhanced the traditional designs by incorporating embroidered leather patterns.

mango wood. Kishangarh in Rajasthan is also known for its wooden chairs with embossed patterns. . The wood used is sheesham (rosewood).KISHANGARH FURNITURE  This hand-painted wooden furniture from India is famous for its Mughal motifs. These come with matching wooden seats that are detachable. and acacia arabica.

Most remarkable is the lattice or ‘jali' work of this state. Barmer and Shekhawati in Rajasthan is also world-famous. Indian furniture from Jodhpur. .KASHMIR FURNITURE This scenic state is famous for its intricately carved walnut-wood furniture .