Chittaurgarh Crafts



Chittaurgarh crafts reflect the inlaid artistry of the people of the city. The tourists may collect the wooden crafts that arrive from the village of Bassi situated near Chittorgarh as souvenirs of their visit to this city.

The artisans in the Bassi village are renowned for the wooden toys made by them. Articles made of thewa arrive in the city from Pratapgarh. Leather mojri or crafts on leather from Gangrar arrive in the city of Chittaurgarh. The tourists may also gather the printed fabric materials of Akola.

The crafts of Chittaurgarh are available in the local markets of the city. Some of the shopping centers of the city of Chittaurgarh are listed below:

  • Fort Road Market
  • Sadar Bazaar
  • Station circle
  • Rana Sanga Market
  • New Cloth Market
  • Gandhi Chowk




Last Updated on 9/13/2011



     


     

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