Diu Island Craft



Diu Island craft is famous for ivory carving and tortoise shell works.
A wide range of products is made from the varieties of tortoise shells available on the shores of the island. Craftwork has been a part of the people and culture of Diu Island for several decades. Craft in Diu Island includes showpieces and other accessories. There are several household decorative items made out of ivory carving as well.

Craft of Diu Island is a great attraction for the tourists, who visit the island from far and wide. Craftworks are found in plenty in the local shops. Diu Island craft is also sold in the emporiums, located in other states.



Last Updated on 26 September 2012

     


     

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