Lacquerware (pan yun)
Myanmar traditional lacquerware emerged in the early part of Bagan Period (eleventh century AD). In Myanmar, it is known as pan yun, which refers...
Finial making (hti taw)
Myanmar traditional craftsmanship is represented by “ten flowers”, which are as follow- blacksmith, bronze-smith, silversmith and goldsmith, stucco, monastery, sculpture, stone carving, turning designs...
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Pacchi kari (marble inlay work of Agra)
Many myths surround the making of the Taj Mahal, including the apocryphal tale of the Mughal Emperor Shah Jahan (1592-1666) having the hands of...