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Mango wood Kaavad

4,050 (Incl. of all taxes)


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Kaavad is a rich, oral tradition of storytelling in Rajasthan, believed to be 4oo years old. Kaavad is also the name of the medium used for this kind of storytelling, it is a portable shrine, which has a visual narrative of mythological and folk tales. It looks like a box with a number of doors, with colourful illustrations decorating them with the stories are from the epics like Ramayana and Mahabharata as well as local folk tales about semi-divine heroes. The Kaavad shrine is made of mango or sheesham wood, by a community of carpenters (suthars) in the Mewar district, for the storytellers (Kaavadiyas) from the Marwar district who recite the Kaavad (Kaavad Baanchana) for their patrons (jajmans) spread over Rajasthan and other state.

Dimension Unit (LxWxH)

  • 30.48x16.50x0.00 Centimeter

Craft

  • Kaavad,Kavad

Material

  • Wood,Wood

Technique

  • Painting

About the seller

Dwarka Prasad
Rajasthan Art

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