Farmville Namaste India Farm Royal Kalakshetra Preview

As with every recent farm expansion, #Farmville Namaste India Farm will have its own self contained crafting building..  This time it will be called the Royal Kalakshetra.. Check out the Dirt Farmer post for a sneak peek at the images we have found of the stations and crafts we’ll be crafting in them and please don’t forget to share it with your friends if you find it helpful.

For more information regarding Farmville Namaste India Farm, check out the Dirt Farmer's Namaste India Farm Complete Guide

First a look at the loading screen, once the feature goes live on our farms

Now a look at the building we’ll be placing on our farms, the Royal Kalakshetra


A look at the pop up we'll receive when we finish all recipes granting our bonus reward

Now a look at the stations we’ll be crafting in

Carpentry Bench
Clay Pit
Cotton Mill
Dye Tanneries
Dye Vat
Gemstone Mine
Instrument Workspace
Jewelry Bench
Jewelry Sheet
Jewelry Smith
Luterist’s Station
Pottery Wheel
Textile Machine
Vanity Mirror
Vedi Ashram
Wood Workshop

And finally a look at the recipes we’ll be crafting in these stations

Aromatic Potion
Bandhani Cloth
Beauty Box
Bracelet With Ring
Bridal Anklet
Clay Necklace
Clay Pot
Clay Water Trough
Colored Cloth Roll
Cotton Yarn
Dye Brush
Dye Powder
Embroidered Saree
Embroidered Shoe
Gold and Ruby Necklace
Grooming Brush
Indian Bangles
Indian Harmonium
Indian Ring
Indian Sitar
Jasmine Perfume
Jewelry Box
Kohl Kajal
Lilac Blush
Maang Tikka
Magic Color Trays
Mahogany Wardrobe
Peacock Flute
Peacock Core
Raw Clay
Rhythm Harmonica
Rose Lipstick
Royal Palanquin
Saddle Cloth
Southern Shehnai
Traditional Dupatta
Traditional Tabla
Turban Cloth
White Dhoti
Wooden Planks
Wooden Sculpture
Wood Polish

That’s all we have for now.. Stay tuned to the Dirt Farmer for all the latest Farmville news and info…

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  1. I thought at one time there was a list of the stations we'd be crafting in self contained crafting buildings s and a list of what was needed for next animal so that all crafting stations could be working on parts prior to the finish of the previous animal. This was helpful as usually you end up only using one or two stations to finish up last remaining parts needed and everything else sits idle, while you could be making the parts needed next. Am I imagining this or was there a way to find this information?? Thanks for the info! :)



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