From centuries, humans has been employed in creating bags and baskets, using his ingenuity to create different forms and shapes from material available to him. There has been developments over the years with regard to the materials used as well. Almost any pliable material like, grass, leather, fabric, paper, synthetic fibers such as nylon and wire mesh, have opened their way into a designer's workspace in several developments. The oldest known baskets were 10,000 to 12,000 years old. Baskets rarely survive, as they are made from perishable materials. Baskets were used in workshops for storing and transportation during the Industrial Revolution. Baskets are common products to all the countries of the world, be it Asia or North and South America. Weaving of baskets is considered as one of the oldest known crafts in the past of any human evolution. The basket is an everyday necessity in our daily lives. Basket weaving is an art form and a talent which allows women and men across the country to express themselves and their imaginations into various different forms and shapes. Basketry is the knitting of un‐spurn vegetable fibers, plastic wire, nylon thread, bamboo usually to form a container. Baskets made from wood, vine, leaf, or fibre could be transformed into a required shape. A basket is used to store many things. Each region and its people has their own style of weaving, colour, pattern and general design which make it unique from each other. Baskets are a part of the tradition of every native people, and types of creation differ with the customs and crafts. Dry fruits are collected, stored, and served in these baskets; liquids are also retained in baskets that have been waterproofed. The variety and distinctive structure makes baskets desirable as beautifications in all cultures. Baskets are one of humankind's oldest art forms, and it is certainly an ethnic and cultural representation filled with myth and motif, faith and representation, and adornment as well as effectiveness. Baskets collection ranges in size from 3 feet in diameter to small figurines 0.25 in diameter. From laundry baskets to picnic baskets, the basket weavers have produced multiple objects for domestic and decorative purpose. Basketry is a craft found all over the country, the choices and styles are boundless and numerous. The tradition is that baskets are defined as containers that are woven by hand from pliable materials. Baskets are purely made for appealing reasons with sophisticated patterns, striking colours, and often more bendable fibers. Various materials are available for creating these beautiful products, which is strong, pliable, and light to carry. Baskets may have distinct bottoms and tops, but they are basically continuous surfaces.