SHILPARAMAM.Hyderabad

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© Saroj Swain
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UploadedNovember 3, 2011
TakenMarch 25, 2010
MakeSony
ModelDSC-W530
Exposure1/160 sec at f/2.7
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Focal Length4.7 mm
ISO80
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SHILPARAMAM,
the arts, crafts & cultural village at Hyderabad, established in the year 1992 is spread over 65 acres of prime land in Madhapur, Hi-tech City. Shilparamam is Hyderabad’s tribute to India’s natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant ethos. It is a place where artisans from across India showcase their individual skills in a variety of arts, crafts and culture. From Indian pottery to a plethora of weaves, woodwork, jewelry, clothes and local crafts of each region of the country, Shilparamam is a kaleidoscope of India’s colour, diversity and talent.

Shilparamam is conceived as an endless, year-round festival of arts and crafts showcasing ethnic art, crafts and skills of the rural folk from all parts of the country.

Sublimely beautiful, like an oasis in a concrete desert, Shilparamam is Hyderabad's tribute to India's natural beauty, richly diverse cultural heritage and vibrant ethos. A unique Crafts Village, the lush rustic ambience of Shilparamam has captured the imagination of every visitor who has stepped through its elaborately sculpted portals. Set amidst gardens, majestic natural rock formations and cascading waterfalls are huts of thatch and baked clay, where artisans from across India showcase their individual skills in a variety of arts and crafts.

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  • Iztok Urh

    Iztok Urh gave props (3 Nov 2011):

    Nice capture!!

  • Alwyn Scott Turner

    Alwyn Scott Turner gave props (3 Nov 2011):

    Interesting documentary image - a cultural moment...composition and point of view...a sense of human identity and ritual.

  • Merike Mäll

    Merike Mäll gave props (7 Nov 2011):

    hea meeleolu

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