Handicrafts in Mangalore

Handicrafts in Mangalore are widely popular for their beauty and quality. One can avail these exquisitely designed products within affordable prices as they are manufactured in abundance here and have a low cost of manufacture.

Karnataka has always been the hub of highly skilled craftsmen and this is why it has a flourishing market for handicrafts. Mangalore being a part of it is no exception. One can locate various markets of handicrafts around Mangalore.

One can locate a wide range of handicrafts at Mangalore including Sandal wood handicrafts, Teak Wood and Shivani Wood crafts, Rose Wood Furniture and Crafts work,Perfumery and Incense Sticks, Bidriware, Lacquerware toys and other useful items. These items at Mangalore are so beautifully designed that they are not just in national demands but have become the favorite overseas as well.

There is a huge demand for Mangalore handicrafts such as home decor products, bronze idols, rosewood furniture and sandal wood handicrafts. People purchase it from here because of their long lasting quality and extraordinary beauty. Many of the handicrafts of Mangalore are exported to foreign lands.

One must check out the following shops of handicrafts in Mangalore:

  • Cauvery Karnataka Arts and Crafts Raj Towers, Opposite Roopa Hotel, Balmatta Road, Mangalore-575 001 Phone: +91-824-2422062

  • Ajantha Arts and Crafts
    Emjay's Complex, Balmatta, Mangalore-575 001
    Phone: +91-824-2443218

  • The Treasure House
    #1, Arathi Place Car Street, Mangalore-575 001
    Phone: +91-824-2494488

  • Kashmir Handicrafts Emporium
    Falnir Road, Mangalore-575 001
    Phone: +91-824-2422744

  • Nima-Art Artefacts and Gifts
    #4, Klein Court opposite Rosario Church, Rosario Church Road, Mangalore-575 001
    Phone: +91-824-2448561

Last Updated on 21 September 2011



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