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Rajasthan is one of the wealthiest states in the country when it comes to arts and crafts. Perhaps it was the inhabitants of Rajasthan's warlike lifestyle that honed their creative instincts and artistic talents, inspiring them to produce the most luxurious and richest of jewels. The most dazzling shapes were given to stone, clay, leather, wood, ivory, lac, glass, brass, silver, gold, and textiles.

Women's clothing included tie and dye textiles, embroidered outfits, enamel jewellery inlaid with precious and semi-precious stones, and leather jootis. They made the most of their inside life by painting the walls of their mud houses with geometric designs as well as basic like flowers and birds. In addition, tile women folk created elaborate designs. Outside, mould straw and twine into the most lovely creations.

Art flourished in this region as early as the 2nd-1st century BC and has persisted to this day. The presence of multiple sculptures at Baroli, in the Hadoti area, demonstrates the existence of a regular art school in the 10th century. This is supported by cave paintings, terracotta, and other stone sculptures discovered at several sites.

Each era's contribution to the bustling art scene was unique. The kings and nobility of Rajasthan were patrons of arts and crafts, encouraging their craftsmen in pursuits ranging from wood and marble carving to weaving, ceramics, and painting, according to Rajasthan history. And it appears that art has become infatuated with the residents of this arid terrain. The impulse to embellish their surroundings was intense.

Jaipur meenakari is well-known for its delicacy and use of colour. Other centres that make high-quality enamel work are Pratapgarh and Nathdwara.