Bidriware: The Craft of Metal and Mud
The Techniques Involved in Bidriware:
The term Bidriware originates from the township of Bidar. Bidar is the chief ‘headquarters’ for the creation of this form of metalwork. The intricacy involved with Bidriware designs makes it a popular choice for exported crafts as well. Blackened alloys of zinc and copper are the ingredients used to make Bidriware. A sheet of silver is also applied to prevent oxidation.
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This article was written by Sakshi Jain and published originally on Nazariya. Bidriware is a handicrafts which recognises itself as the symbol of Wealth and grandeur. The Techniques Involved in Bidriware: The term Bidriware originates from the township of Bidar. Bidar is the chief 'headquarters' for the creation of this form of...Nazariya firstname.lastname@example.orgEditorGo UNESCO | GoUNESCO