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Banglar Traditional Dokra
Material-handmade with made of brass
Size- 6″ Inch

Owl (Bird)
650
728
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Banglar Traditional Dokra
Material-handmade with made of brass
Size- 9″ Inc

MAA LAKSHMI
1200
1416
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Dokra from Bengal
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-10″ Inch

Lord Ganesh Ji
2600
3068
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Dokra from Bengal
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-7″ Inch

MAA DURGA DOKRA
3000
2400.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Product-MAA SARASWATI 
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-8″ Inch

SHANKASWANA SWARASWATI
2500
2250.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Product-Nataraja (Lord of dance)
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-9″ Inch

NATARAJA (LORD OF THE DANCE)
1600
1440.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Product-statue of a mother
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-6″ Inch

Village Tribal Artist
600
480.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-9″ Inch

Laxmi & Sawaswati
3000
2400.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor
Size-6″ Inch

Indian Tribal
1000
900.00
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Dokra from Bengal
Product-owl
Material-Pure Handmade with made of Brass
Usability- Home décor

BANGLAR DOKRA (OWL)
500
450.00

BANGLAR DOKRA

Dokra is an ancient method of metal castings in India, honed for quite 4000 years. This workmanship is an antiquated strategy for creating metal craft by a wax-casting procedure. Metal pieces much an equivalent as dokra articles are found at Harrappa and Mahenjodaro, prompting the conviction that this art goes back to past. The product of dokra artisans are in great demand in domestic and foreign markets due to primitive simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and forceful form. In India the Bastar tribe from present day Chhattisgarh had been practicing a very unique style of casting and modelling the metal where they use wax wires to decorate their art pieces.

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