Jaipur is home to a number of skilled artists and true craftsmanship. From creating detailed block prints, tie and dye fabrics, handmade paper, traditional motifs, carpets to sculptures, artists in Jaipur have mastered several different kinds of arts.

Since Ganesh Chaturthi is just round the corner, the artisans in the city are all set to display the best of their artistic skills, which they have been inherited over ages and generations. We at the visited a few of them, who can be seen engrossed in painting the beautiful clay sculptures/murtis of Lord Ganesh. Just have a look at these talented people giving finishing touches to something they must have been working on since months.

Look at this little kid, who is so much into his artistic work that he had no time to face the camera. What dedication and passion!

So, now you know how many hands and months of efforts it takes to create these stunning sculptures, which will soon add to the grace of your home’s temple corner.

Get all preparations done and bring your Ganpati ji home! Happy festive week to all Jaipurites!



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