Jaipur Rugs Hand Weaving and Carpet Making Tour

Tour start at 10:00 hrs
4 hours
2353 interested

Tour Description

Experience the timeless craft of carpet weaving and meet the artisans who are keeping alive the art of hand-knotting. Learn the craft, which will leave you fascinated with its detailing and intricacies and enjoy joyful conversations full of wisdom and inspiration as you sit down in the verandas of the artisan’s homes.

Itinerary of Jaipur Rugs

  • We will depart early morning to a village named Manpura about 56kms from Jaipur.
  • Once there, we will meet the practitioner of 2500-year-old art and experience the love and innocence hidden by simply building a conversation with them.
  • Learn the craft of hand-knotting practiced at Jaipur Rugs while sitting in the mud-filled veranda.
  • Indulge yourself in the rustic charm of villages from Rajasthan by seeing old architecture, potteries. Experience the most authentic food made with homemade spices.

Meeting Point


Inclusions of this tour

  • Guided Tour
  • Meal
  • Equipment


  • Personal expenses


  • Make sure to kindly don moderate style of clothing since this is village tour
  • Temperatures may vary and could be high so carry sunglasses, sunscreen and proper footwear

About this tour

The barriers of language and culture fade away as you become part of their simple lives for a few hours. Jaipur Rugs Foundation invites you to a journey of human healing. We create emotional bonds beyond borders. Experience the love and innocence hidden at the grassroots.

We welcome those who are searching for unconditional love. Indulge in the rustic charm of villages from Rajasthan.

Listen to the stories of unsung heroes, give a wake- up call to all your positivity residing inside you by meeting our global artisans. These artisans work day in and out in upholding the global brand and providing free shipping all across the world.

About the founders of Jaipur Rugs

Started by Nand Kishore Chaudhary in 1978, this organization has not only grown as a company but a very huge family. This social entrepreneurship project has impacted the lives of thousands of people belonging to the weavers’ community which were treated as untouchables.

Jaipur Rugs has played a vital role in providing not only a basic source of income for the locals especially the women but also making them self-reliant, independent, self-aware and more educated. The journey which began with only 3 handlooms, 9 artisans and one scooter has now developed into a family of more than 40000 artisans and weavers.

What Mr Chaudhary has to say about Jaipur Rugs Artisans

According to Chaudhary, they don’t sell carpets but their family’s blessings with every product they make. Each rug imbibing the hard work, creativity, love, and struggle of the weaver in it which can be clearly reflected through the artwork and design. Jaipur Rugs was first featured in media through an article named “Carpets: More than a revival" by Ilay Cooper. With his focused insurgent mission of uplifting his backward community, Nand Kishore Chaudhary revolutionized the complete handwoven carpet and rug industry which his ideas, drive and work.

Fighting against his own community and family, Chaudhary overcame all the challenges and eventually succeeded in setting up in business. Chaudhary took upon himself as not only giving livelihood to the youth and the women of this community but also teach them how to make deals, practice trade, and business and strengthen their self-esteem as well as individuality.

Even though his business was growing like wildfire, and booming all the way, Chaudhary made sure to inculcate more skills into weavers that would make them independent and help them improve their lives. Along with professionalizing, he made sure to connect to every one of his weavers, trying to make sure and understand their woes and providing solutions that were not only helpful for the weavers but also for the company.

Visiting Village in this tour

We will take you on a journey through jeeps, tractors, bullock carts, motorbikes, camel carts and then trek to remote homes connected by mud roads and single-lane highways. You will get to visit village homes in valleys, amongst hills and on riversides; between the narrow alleys of crowded villages and farmlands that are empty for as far as the eye can see.

Meet the old families who will eagerly teach you how to weave, share some tales of their lives and offer cups of chai with you as you are introduced to an indigenous way of life. A day trip from Jaipur will introduce you to the experience of a lifetime.

There are more things to do and places to go while being on your trip to Jaipur. Also known as the Pink City, Jaipur incorporates countless landmarks in the form of forts, palaces, heritage sites, and indigenous communities that solely exist to alleviate the cultural and architectural landscape of the city.

Exploring Jaipur

There are a million ways in which you could explore the city of Jaipur. It can be through walking tours, culinary tours, street food tours, photo walks, heritage walking tours, cycling tours, offbeat tours and much. From Pyaaz kachori to creamy lassi, to the delicious Daal Baati, the delicacies of Jaipur would make your taste buds pop right out.

The heritage and cultural tours would help you acquaint with the forts such as the Amer Fort, the iconic Hawa Mahal, the Amar Jawan Jyoti, Sisodia Rani Bagh and gates such as Chandanpole and Jorawar Singh Gate. 

While exploring all of this in Jaipur, you get a chance to witness the exclusive Jaipur Rugs making and weaving in the village of Manpura, which is about 60 km away from the city of Jaipur. Once there you will get to see the thousands of year old weaving practices of making rugs by tying the knots together.

You would even get an opportunity to try weaving yourself while having a chat with the artisans. Talk with them as they share with you old and magical tales about their work as well as their lives. Amidst the sweet-smelling mud-filled veranda of the handloom workshop, immerse yourself in this indigenous experience and make the most out of it. Further, you get to explore the village and meet the other artisans and locals.

Check out traditional pottery work and learn how this art has evolved through generations giving livelihood to thousands of people. Later on, you get to indulge yourself in the scrumptious and wholesome assortment of traditional Rajasthani meal of the local village as you savor the aromatic and relishing taste of local spices with every bite.

Be a part of this unique experience of human healing, and find yourself by losing yourself in the beauty of craftsmanship, emotions, and belief.

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3000 per adult
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(Note: Child age will be from 3 yrs upto 12yrs. Beyond 12yrs age, it will be considered as adult)

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