1) Block Printing
Virasat Experiences offers its guests the opportunity to learn textile block printing as taught by traditional artisans. A majority of the brilliantly-coloured and printed cotton fabrics of Jaipur – for which the city is justly famous – are a product of this block printing craft.
At At this workshop you will have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the traditional work environment of the artisans, where master craftsmen will introduce them to the processes of washing, dyeing, color fixing, block carving, printing, and textile finishing.
The art of making blue glaze pottery came to Rajasthan via Kashmir, their entry point into India. The name comes from the eye-catching Persian blue dye used to color the clay. The Jaipur blue pottery, made out of Egyptian paste, is glazed and low-fired. Some of this pottery is semi-transparent and mostly decorated with flower, animal and bird motifs
Enamelling is the techniques of fusing coloured glass and metal. The most extraordinary enamel work of India is MEENAKARI, the enamel of champleve technique. The shaped piece is then to the designer,who outlines the pattern and gives it to the engraver. He, in turn engraves the area to be enameled and even engraves the fine outline to hold the enamel,as well as creates hatching to reflect light from the gold/Silver through the translucent enamel colour, so that they appear as shimmering precious stones.
De Depnding upon your interest and time we can organize Enamelling workshop with a president awarded artist ranging from 1 day to 1 week
Miniature Painting A host of schools of miniature painting thrive in Rajasthan and, to a certain extent, they are a quaint mixture of Mughal and indigenous Indian styles. The Indian style dates back to 11th century
The aim of our workshop is to create an awareness of this form of miniature painting , showcase the intricacies of the art form and demonstrate the skill and techniques involved in creating these paintings.