Srinagar – ‘World Craft City’ by World Crafts Council

Srinagar, the largest city in Jammu and Kashmir, has been designated as a ‘World Craft City’ by the World Crafts Council. This honor, shared by Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha, highlights the city’s skilled artisans and rich cultural heritage. The award aims to protect and promote Srinagar’s unique crafts, boosting local businesses and inspiring youth to preserve traditional skills. The World Crafts Council, founded in 1964 by Aileen Osborn Webb, promotes global craftsmanship and is affiliated with UNESCO. With its headquarters in Belgium, the Council has recognized over 40 cities worldwide, fostering cultural and economic growth.

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