Shiva’s alliance with a bull known from ancient era (Vedic Era). The significance of the bull as a symbol of fertility, power, strength, speed and optimism was widespread in India as early as the Indus Valley Civilization (about 2000 BC), as well as in ancient era of Egypt, Greece and the Near East.
By placing this in the affluence corner of the office or house helps to bring the Bull Run in one’s financial situation.
Material: Pure Brass
Color: Brass Antique
Weight: 6.50 Kg
Size: Refer to Dimension Pic
Care: Clean using soft microfiber cloth
Country Of Origin: Make In India
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Dhokra Art or Bastar Art and Craft (also spelt Dokra) is non–ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique. This sort of metal casting has been used in India for over 4,000 years and is still used. One of the earliest known lost wax artefacts is the dancing girl of Mohenjo-daro.
There are two main processes of lost wax casting: solid casting and hollow casting. While the former is predominant in the south of India the latter is more common in Central and Eastern India. Solid casting does not use a clay core but instead a solid piece of wax to create the mould; hollow casting is the more traditional method and uses the clay core.
Every Dhokra piece is unique and no two piece can be identical.
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