- Inspired by the tribal women of Bastar, Chhattisgarh , this handcrafted Dhokra artifact is a window into the life of a tribal women. Big round eyes, consciously carved facial features, with all other adornments, including a stick to manage her herd, looks appealing in a green hand painted fabric hanging on her waist.
- Dhokra or Dokra is an ancient art form, inherited and kept alive by the tribal communities of Chhattisgarh , Odisha and Bengal region. The Cire-peridue/ lost wax technique with solid/ hollow core of casting metal is centuries old. The dancing girl of Mohenjo-Daro is a testimony, of its durability and longevity.
- This unmatchable piece is custom made with its intricate detailing, and can be easily merged in any décor, be it ethnic or contemporary.
- This particular piece can be placed in any part of the house- bedroom, living room, or drawing room. It can be aesthetically merged in an outdoor setup, be it balcony or lawn.