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    This document is prepared as a part of one of the most enriching courses at National Institute of Design; craft research and documentation. The c… Read More
    This document is prepared as a part of one of the most enriching courses at National Institute of Design; craft research and documentation. The course focuses on understanding and appreciation of India's rich cultural heritage of indigenous crafts that is of immense value to a designer who may choose to function as a design professional in craft sector. Read Less
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Craft Documentation: Dhokra at Hazaribagh, Jharkhand

This document is prepared as a part of one of the most enriching courses at National Institute of Design; craft research and documentation. The course focuses on understanding and appreciation of India's rich cultural heritage of indigenous crafts that is of immense value to a designer who may choose to function as a design professional in craft sector.

Team Members:
Aritra Roy Chowdhury
Gowtham Reddy
Shashank Nimkar

Guide to craft Research and document: Neelima Hasija

Guide to Graphics and Document layout: Mona Prabhu

Supported by: Jharcraft

Awards:
"Best Poster Design"
International Conference on Sustainability in Crafts and Design
IICD, Jaipur (November 2017)

- Poster designed and presented by Shashank Nimkar

© 2017 National Institute of Design
© 2017 National Institute of Design