The Bankura Horse cast in dhokra technique is praised for its elegant stance and unique abstraction of basic values. Originally used for village rituals, it now adorns drawing rooms across the world as symbols of Indian folk-art.
Dhokra Damar tribes are the traditional metal smiths of West Bengal. Their technique of lost wax casting is named after their tribe. The tribe extends from Jharkhand to West Bengal and Orissa; members are distant cousins of the Chhatisgarh Dhokras. The use of spiral and parallel lines are use to decorate the metal work. This artwork can adorn your living room when placed on the center table. The is a signifier of your refined taste in art work.
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