Small pieces of wood sticks attached to cotton waste.
More cotton waste is attached and tied with jute thread.
Artisan holding fabric toy base of an elephant.
Wire is taken from below first two wooden sticks and twisted.
Wire forms the neck part for fabric toy camel.
Cotton waste is wrapped around wire and tied with jute thread to form the neck part.
Stitching clothe to the camel toy base.
Toy neatly covered with cloth
Set of Horse.
Pair of Camel.
Traditional Fabric toys of India enfold the cultural heritage of Indian creativity and imagination. The traditional toys in India still survive and according to time it keeps developing itself. Rural India still has kept alive the traditional dolls of India in which the true spirit of India can be found. Many rural family of India belonging to different regions involved in the making of traditional toys mostly as display items.
A wide range of toy is produced of different shapes and sizes with the help of local materials. Price of each Toy differs from another with the design and size of the toy. Toys help children to learn about the different perceptions of life and culture they belong to. Infants learn to identify object with the help of toys and while adults use toys to play to exercise their mind and body. The main products are Elephant Fabric Toy, Horse Fabric Toy, Camel Fabric Toy and Bird Fabric Toy.