Shilparamam is a arts and crafts mini village located in the IT hub areas of Hi-Tech City, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, India. This space is made to apprehend & preserve the traditional crafts for which India is famous.
Shilparamam is spread over an area of 65 acres it consists of handicrafts sellers market, gardens, waterfalls, and natural rock hills. This area of land is a gift of Andhra Pradesh government to the South Zone Culture Center to display their arts and culture of Hyderabad and South India.
The main objective of Shiparamam is to exhibit the skills and talents of folks living in the rural areas of India through most happening arts and crafts. The Shiparamam also possess the craftsmen shops to present their creations. The shops are so constructed to be look liked rural correlative, with tuft roofs and rangoli-carpeted floors. It has an auditorium which showcases the folk’s music, plays, and magic shows held in this village theater.
There are also cultural and ethnic festivals going round the year and most interesting thing about them is that they are free to watch and open for general public. The suitable time to visit Shilparamam is during the special annual festival of arts and crafts in March every year. Its opened on all days with working hours from 8.30 AM to 9 PM. Entry fee for adults is Rs 20, Rs 5 for children with photography also allowed inside the village. One who would like to visit this point of interest, easily can reach Hi-Tech City building which is located on the other side of the road.