Pakistani Handi Crafts

THE BEAUTIFUL CRAFT OF HANDMADE BASKETRY IN PAKISTAN

Basketry: An Age Old TraditionThroughout the ages one finds basketry as a widely used skill in every human culture. However the age of this craft cannot be ascertained because the items could not be preserved as they were made of natural materials. The oldest known baskets date back to 10,000 to 12,000 years.Basketry in PakistanThe tradition of weaving baskets and other such items is very much practiced in Pakistan today. This craft that has not only been passed down...

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HANDICRAFTS OF PAKISTAN: A POUR OVER OF THE FAMOUS ARTISTRY

Acknowledging the Marvels of Pakistan Aware and delight yourself with the most absorbing specialties of our country – the captivating and alluring handicrafts. The stupendous artisanship is overwhelmingly renowned as the cultural recognition of Pakistan. The tradition of creating handicrafts is thousand-year old. It is considered as a Pakistani custom that is noticed since ancient times of Harappa, Mohen Jo Daro and Indus Valley civilizations. Pakistani handicrafts are specifically popular for its enthralling embellishment, magnetizing hues and attractive textures. Strikingly, the making of handicrafts is ethnic as different areas...

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Govt. Asked To Focus On Handicrafts Industry For Exports Promotion

Pakistani handicrafts have enormous export potential with the growing demand in the foreign countries and government should focus on better development of this industry to earn billions of dollars foreign exchange through increased exports of handicraft products Pakistani handicrafts have enormous export potential with the growing demand in the foreign countries and government should focus on better development of this industry to earn billions of Dollars foreign exchange through increased exports of handicraft products.This was said by Muhammad Ahmed Waheed, President, Islamabad Chamber of Commerce & Industry (ICCI) while talking to a delegation of Handicrafts Association of Pakistan (HAP) that visited ICCI...

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