Crafts Museum is near Pragati Maidan in Delhi.
First off, the building itself is a work of art. Designed by the famous architect Charles Correa, the museum seamlessly blends traditional architecture with modern design.
But that’s not even the best part, my friends. The museum is divided into two sections: the museum section, which houses ancient decorative arts, and the gallery of local artists.
But here’s the thing, this museum doesn’t get enough visitors, and it’s a shame because the artists would be so grateful to host you. Trust me, you won’t regret spending a few hours here.
With over 35,000 unique and rare pieces, you’ll be able to see the continuing tradition of Indian craftsmen through painting, embroidery, textiles, and various crafts made from clay, stone, and wood.
And the best part? The museum is run by the Indian government, so you’re supporting local artists while you’re at it.
So, pack your bags and get ready for a crafty adventure, because the National Handicrafts and Handlooms Museum is waiting for you!