Courses

Sanskrukti Arts and Craft institute is of its own kind where you can learn various courses with complete knowledge of it with lots of practice and various tips and techniques.
This is the only institute which offers you indo-western trousseau packing.
Here you can learn Indian traditional art like paintings, torans, rangoli , and western art like candles, punch craft and so on.

Trousseau Packing

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Trousseau Packing

Traditions, love, blessings, new relations could be expressed by only one thing,that is the Gift. And if that gift is wrapped attractively it is like the icing on the cake. When you wrap a gift you express yourself, your taste and creativity. The more elegant a gift looks, the greater the pleasure for both the giver and a receiver. Sanskruti presents wonderful gift wrapping and trousseau packing course which has confluence of Indian elegance and western convenience. This complete course teaches you innovative, imaginative and very attractive ways to wrap a gift for your near and dear ones, and for corporate levels.

Discover how to mix fabric ribbons for a million dollar look that costs considerably less. Learn how to make inexpensive still exclusive eye catching ribbon bows.

This course comprises different aspects of trousseau packing such as ribbon bows, artificial flowers , handmade paper envelopes, boxes, trays for jewellary, cosmetics sweets,platters . All these things to make and decorate. Also basket decoration, arati thali decoration, coconut decoration is taught. Different types of packing styles. Shrink wrapping is also included in this course

There are two levels for this course.
1.Basic gift wrapping
This course cover the basic techniques of gift wrapping, ribbon and bow making and basket deco.

2. Trousseau packing.
This is a full fledge course which includes all the aspects of gift wrapping for people who are looking up for taking this as profession. This a first indo-western course of its kind. Where we cover from bows to baskets and thali to doli.

Craft a Candle.

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Craft a Candle.

Candles have cast a light on man’s progress for centuries. It is believed that first candles were developed by the ancient Egyptians. Then Romans are credited with developing the wick candles.

Since then candles have been part of human life. Come and visit the magnificent world of candles. This course will teach you candles from beginners level. It covers 20 different candles like basic, floating, gel, aromatic, wax roses,frosted and different decorative candles.

Different techniques and the best finish with lots of variation is the speciality of the course.

Toran

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Toran

The origin of torans can be traced to Puranas (hindu mythological work).
Torans or bandanwaars are used to decorate the main entrance of the home. The main idea behind decorating the homes is to please and attract the goddess of wealth Lakshmiji. So the decoration of the entrance of the place which is called dwaar is also important in this regard. The beautiful doorhangings that are also known as bandanwaars and torans have special significance as the decoration accessories. These torans are the first thing that welcomes your guests as they step at your place. These torans not only enhance the charm of the main entrance of your home but also give a friendly welcome.

You can decorate your sweet homes forever with these stunning exclusive torans . Traditional satin ribbon toran, a unique tissue toran, and sparkling crystal and beads toran and a floral panel are covered in this toran’s class.

Madhubani Paintings

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Madhubani Paintings

India is country, which expresses its-self through many traditional art forms , like Warli, Madhubani, Kalamkari etc. one such expression is the traditional art of Madhubani paintings from the state of Bihar. This famous artform dates back to the 7th century. Mainly the woman folk meticulously paint these exotic paintings on walls of houses on auspicious occasions like poojas and weddings. The subject of these paintings evolve round mythological themes. Gods and Goddesses and day to day life. These paintings have human figures and beautiful stylize forms of birds, plants and flowers. Madhubani paintings are not only famous in India but also all over the world. Specially in Japan and U.S.A.

Warli Art

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Warli Art

Warli derived its name from the tribe found on the northern peripheries of Mumbai. Warli painting is the tribal folk art of Warli tribes of Thane District, Maharashtra. It is believed to have originated in the 10th century. Warli is a pictorial language, a language of stories. Lines, dots, triangles, circles are the basics of these drawings. These are known for its depiction of human figures and other images of nature in shadow form. Harvest is one of the major theme on which they elaborate to the maximum. The paintings typically depicts multitudes of tiny human forms.

Hunting, dancing, or cultivating the land against a backdrop of tribal huts done up in mustard yellow, black and white background. Besides marriage and harvest warli woman also decorate their huts on occasions like birth and death.

A very special teaching method is used so that non artists can also paint beautiful warli and madhubani paintings. Explore more about these ancient Indian art through Sanskruti.

Rangoli

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Rangoli

Rangoli is Hindu folk art generally created on floor on special festive occasions. The origin of rangoli can be traced to puranas.( work on hindu mythology.)
Rangoli is a Sanskrit word which means row of colours. The tradition of rangoli originated in Maharashtra and slowly disseminated to other parts of India.

In ancient India rangolis were used to decorate the entrance of homes, a floor painting which provides a warm and colourful welcome to visitors.

In Indian culture all guests and visitors occupy a very special place and rangoli is an expression of this warm hospitality. In rural Maharashtra entrance is decorated with at least small rangoli every dawn. In particular Diwali festival is widely celebrated with rangolis. Thus reflecting regional beliefs and esthetics based on a comman spiritual plane the art of floor paintings is one which has survived all influences and retains and transmitted the spirit of Indian life.
Sanskruti offers you rangoli course which gives you enough practice and tips to decorate your rangoli.
Learn Fresh flower rangoli and theme or decorative rangoli at sanskruti.

Paper Quilling

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Paper Quilling

Paper quiling is a beautiful and delicate craft that is created by curling, rolling and combining long strips of paper. The term quilling is derived from bird feathers, which were used by early artists. The origin of paper quilling, also known as paper filigree, may be traced to fifteenth century Europe. Around this time, French and Italian Nuns and monks began decorating religious symbols and articles with ruffled paper strips made by cutting thin, long strips from the covers of gilt bordered books. Some historians insists that this was origin of paper quilling, however other argue that the use of bird feathers in the thirteenth century marks the true beginning of paper quilling.

Punch Craft

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Punch Craft

Welcome to the magical world of Craft Punches. The manufacturers of craft punches have many new designs. They can be embossed, coloured and can be glued to paper and cardboard to create beautiful designs. May the hours of enjoyment you derive from this hobby of floral punch craft bring you great satisfaction. The more proficient you become with the punches and the tools, the more botanic the appearance of your creations. The flowers you will create would be so natural in appearance that one has to touch them to believe they are paper.

Exotic Flower Making

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Exotic Flower Making

Capture the fleeting beauty of delicate flower and create your own breathtaking displays with this course. Flower making teaches you how to assemble, texture, colour and wire paper in arrangements for the home, bouquets and corsages, and to decorate gifts.

Theme Bags

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Theme Bags

Enhance your way of gifting. Learn different types of theme bags for various occasions. Make everyone amazed with your creativity and skill with these cute looking but sturdy bags.

These all courses are conducted throughout the week.
Time: 11.30 a.m. to 4.30 p.m.
Special weekend batches for working professionals and students.

Material for all courses is provided by us. Articles made are given to you.
Notes and diagrams are given where necessary.

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Paradise Theatre Lane
Mahim (West).