Tribal Dancing Group :: Bengal Dokra

3,500.00 Inc. GST

During the end of Spring, just before the summer, Tribal villages of Purulia and Bardwan wakes up with the beats of drums and almost every week every different villages hold tribal fairs for fun, food and frolics. This is a depiction of a tribal group dancing on the beat of Dhamsa.

A perfect curio decor for your Home/ Office desk.

Weight (gm) L (cm) B (cm) H (cm)
880 20 6 16

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Dokra craft is a vanishing metal artform that uses wax casting techniques, dating back to over 5000 years. Also known as Bell Metal craft, this ancient artform originated in the Indus Valley Civilization and spread all the way to West Bengal, Jharkhand, Odisha, Chhattisgarh as well as states like Kerala and Rajasthan. This craft is being practiced by a handful of tribal communities and this centuries-old art is fast vanishing due to lack of exposure.


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