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Gujarat has a rich variety of handicrafts. Its embroidery, necklaces, wooden crafts, printed and woven clothing, pottery and tribal art are expressions of folklore and celebration.
Ajrak fabrics are a unique form of block printing and are known for their beautiful prints, mostly dominated by shades of red and blue combined in a scattered pattern.
Bandhani is a classic Indian print used to make beautiful outfits such as anarkali suits, jackets, salwar, lehenga ,and more.
Handmade bells made from recycled copper, polished with copper and brass by the Kutch community, have long adorned the necks of cows, camels, sheep, and goats grazing on the dry plains of Kutch.
The indigenous community of the Meghwals is one of the major leather goods manufacturers in the Kutch district of Gujarat.