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Tribal Art Nandi Bull Statue from Bastar
Tribal Art Nandi Bull Statue from Bastar

Nandi is the main vehicle of Lord Shiva and Nandi is held in high esteem by the Hindus. In every temple dedicated to Lord Shiva, we can see a place being kept reserved for the Nandi. In this beautiful figure, Nandi is seated and her body is nicely carved out of brass. Nandi is the gate keeper to Lord Shiva and Parvati. He is the chief guru of eighteen masters (18 siddhas) including Patanjali and Thirumular. Temples venerating Shiva display stone images of a seated Nandi, generally facing the main shrine. There are also a number of temples dedicated solely to Nandi.

$145 $225
Tribal Art Owl Box
Tribal Art Owl Box

The beautiful treasure box is given a refine treatment with some spectacular carvings on the owl box. The figure of the owl is being beautifully decorated in the box. Owl is considered an auspicious bird and is worshipped by the tribal people. The figure reveals a deep sense of sculptural achievement and excellence. Dhokra is a very old crafting tradition and this art is mainly associated with the tribal groups of northern India. Myriad images are cast in the dhokra tradition as people try to preserve their pristine culture, custom and belief through the wondrous pieces they create.

$49
Tribal Art Sculpture 'Jungle Kettle'
Tribal Art Sculpture 'Jungle Kettle'

In this tribal art sculpture of Jungle kettle, a tribal life gets reflected in the simplest manner.There are some nice floral designs inscribed on it. The Jungle Kettle has more utilitarian value than artistic one for the tribal people. The kettle has been cast in the traditional Dhokra art format, one of India's most ancient art forms. Here the cover of the kettle is crafted in the mould of an animal. Numerous images are cast in the dhokra tradition as artisans preserve their ancient culture, custom and belief through the wondrous pieces they create. Dhokra metal casting uses lost wax method that was probably used by the Mohenjodaro craftsmen to cast the Bronze figurine of the Dancing girl around 4500 years ago.

$110
Tribal Art Statuette 'Feast Time'
Tribal Art Statuette 'Feast Time'

In this beautiful tribal figure, people are having a feast with tribal delicacies.


One lady is serving food and three others are enjoying the food. Simplicity of tribal life is manifest here. The lady is nicely serving food and the guests are having a sumptuous treat. A deep sense of satisfaction and accomplishment is manifest here.

$150
Tribal Beauty-Wall Hanger
Tribal Beauty-Wall Hanger

Weight : 650 gm


Size : 12.5"x8.5"

$39
Tribal Bell "The Performers"
Tribal Bell "The Performers"
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$75
Tribal Brass Sculpture 'Devi Lakshmi'Tribal Brass Sculpture 'Devi Lakshmi'
Tribal Brass Sculpture 'Devi Lakshmi'

In this beautiful dhokra figure, the Goddess of prosperity and wealth is given a spectacular treatment. Consort of Lord Vishnu, the goddess is worshiped for wealth and prosperity across the country. Dhokra is an ancient method of casting brass figure, and it is practised by the tribal people in areas of North India. The lost wax method is used here. In this technique, first a model is sculpted of clay and dried in the sun. Then it is covered with beeswax and more clay and a mold is formed. The piece is cast, cleaned and again dried in the sun. Finally, it is heated in the ground for five days and polished.

$125
Tribal Brass Statue "Musician Lady"Tribal Brass Statue "Musician Lady"
Tribal Brass Statue "Musician Lady"

The spectacular brass figure cast in the traditional dhokra style is given a refine and detail touch with a greater degree of finesse. In this beautiful figure, a tribal lady is shown playing the musical instrument. A deep sense of simplicity and accomplishment is manifest here. Dhokra is an ancient method of casting brass figure, and it is practised by the tribal people in areas of North India. The lost wax method is used here. In this technique, first a model is sculpted of clay and dried in the sun. Then it is covered with beeswax and more clay and a mold is formed. The piece is cast, cleaned and again dried in the sun. Finally, it is heated in the ground for five days and polished.

$79
Tribal Brass Statuette - Beautiful Lady
Tribal Brass Statuette - Beautiful Lady

The beautiful figure of the tribal lady is given a refine treatment with some intricate and splendid designs on her brass figure. The standing figure reveals a deep sense of gracefulness and freedom. Tribal women don’t practice any form of seclusion and they enjoy greater freedom. The brass figure exalts that level of freedom and dignity of women.

$120
Tribal Couple - Dhokra Sculpture
Tribal Couple - Dhokra Sculpture
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$195
Tribal Depiction of Lord Krishna
Tribal Depiction of Lord Krishna

The slim and sleek figure of Lord Krishna, as being perceived in the tribal society is given a detail and beautiful treatment. The lord is playing his flute. Lord Krishna is an incarnation of Lord Vishnu in Hindu pantheon and he also occupies a place of tremendous importance in Bastar region as well. Local customs and treatment is manifest in the figure. Dhokra is a very old crafting tradition and this art is mainly associated with the tribal groups of northern India. Myriad images are cast in the dhokra tradition as people try to preserve their pristine culture, custom and belief through the wondrous pieces they create.

$44
Tribal Dreams - Batik PaintingTribal Dreams - Batik Painting
Tribal Dreams - Batik Painting
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$21
Tribal Gujarat
Tribal Gujarat

The beautiful wall hanging reflects the beauty of the Gujarati tribal art with some nice embroidery works. The tribal art piece is more of utilitarian in nature. No lavish designs are being put here. But the simplicity and the straightforwardness of the art piece are a vivid depiction of the richness of the tribal culture per se. There are some beautiful embroidery works in it and the boundaries of the wall hanging have been coloured yellow.

$35
Tribal Head in Lost Wax Casting
Tribal Head in Lost Wax Casting

The beautiful image of the tribal head with two horns and some sparkling and graceful carvings on it has been crafted in the ancient dhokra technique. Meaning "oldest," dhokra is a crafting tradition dating as far back as 2000 B.C. Dhokra art is largely associated with the tribal groups of northern India, including Vindhyas and the Eastern Ghats, Bihar and its surroundings, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. Myriad images are cast in the dhokra tradition as artisans preserve their millenary culture, custom and belief through the wondrous pieces they create. Dhokra is crafted in the lost wax process associated with Northern India tribal groups. A model is sculpted of clay and dried in the sun and then covered with beeswax and more clay in the process forming a mold. The piece is cast, cleaned and again dried in the sun. Finally, it is heated in the ground for five days and polished. The tribal people in the north India are maintaining the tradition for centuries.

$50
Tribal Horse Riders - Dhokra SculptureTribal Horse Riders - Dhokra Sculpture
Tribal Horse Riders - Dhokra Sculpture

The secret behind the sustained success of Dhokra tribal metal art lies in its aesthetic appeal to any pair of eyes whether of an art lover or not. This Brass Dhokra statue of tribal horse riders only reinforces the simple yet elaborate style of sculpting with metal that’s the trademark of Dhokra format. The statue depicting a healthy embellished horse steered by two young riders carries the potential of filling any ambiance with enthusiastic and youthful spirit.

$125
Tribal House Lady
Tribal House Lady

The beautiful figure of the lady has been crafted in the traditional dhokra technique revealing of the tribal sculptural traits. The lady is carrying wood on her head back home. She is coming from the forest little bit of exhausted. Dhokra is an ancient technique of sculpture associated with the tribal populace of Central and Northern India. Crafted in the lost wax technique, the figure reflects the compelling urge of the tribal populace to preserve their cultural heritage in a befitting manner.

$89
Tribal Lost Wax Sculpture Fish
Tribal Lost Wax Sculpture Fish
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$35
Tribal Mask- King
Tribal Mask- King

The beautiful tribal mask is given a refine and detail treatment by the tribal sculptor. Masks are quite common in a tribal society as the people mock the cult figure on special ceremonies. The beautiful figure contains some exquisite carvings on it. This lovely work is crafted with the ancient dhokra technique, a laborious lost wax process practiced in Central India. First, a model is sculpted of clay and dried in the sun; it is then covered with beeswax and more clay, forming a mold. The piece is cast, cleaned and again dried in the sun. Finally, it is heated in the ground for five days and polished and the final figure comes out with some exquisite carvings.

$44
Tribal Mother Goddess - Dhokra Art
Tribal Mother Goddess - Dhokra Art

In this beautiful Dhokra art form the tribal mother goddess is given a simple yet attractive portrayal with a sense of appreciation. Here Brass Alloy is used to reflect a sense of accomplishment. Dhokra means "oldest," and it is a crafting tradition dating back to as far as 2000 B.C. Dhokra art is largely associated with the tribal groups of northern India, including Vindhyas and the Eastern Ghats, Bihar and its surroundings, Orissa, Madhya Pradesh and West Bengal. Numerous images are cast in the dhokra tradition as artisans preserve their millenary culture, custom and belief through the wondrous pieces they create. Dhokra metal casting uses lost wax method that was probably used by the Mohenjodaro craftmen to cast the Bronze figurine of the Dancing girl around 4500 years ago. It is this unbroken tradition and bareness and the vitality of the art form that makes Dhokra art form a collector’s coveted item both in India and abroad for art lovers and laymen alike. The product of dhokra artisans are in great demand in domestic and foreign markets due to their primitive simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and forceful form. Dhokra Damar tribes are metal smiths of West Bengal. Their technique of lost wax casting is named after their tribe, hence Dhokra metal casting. The tribe inhabit a vast tract of land spreading from Jharkhand to West Bengal and Orissa.

$90
Tribal Musicians - Dhokra Statues
Tribal Musicians - Dhokra Statues

In these beautiful statues, four tribal musicians are playing four types of instruments. A sense of simplicity and sublime finesse is manifest. An excellent paradigm of the ancient dhokra technique, the figure is sculpted using the popular lost wax method. The process is associated with the tribal groups of northern India. A model is sculpted of clay and dried in the sun; it is then covered with beeswax and more clay, forming a mold. The piece is cast, cleaned and again dried in the sun. Finally, it is heated in the ground for five days and polished.

$85
Tribal Princess - Brass Dhokra Statue
Tribal Princess - Brass Dhokra Statue

Central India’s ancient tribal heritage lives on through its metal marvels including this statue of Tribal Princess in Brass crafted out in a typical Dhokra fashion. Ornately sculpted using tedious lost wax method, the statue tells a tale of many cultural characteristics of the region it hails from. Right from the elaborate head gear to the pierced nose of the princess, every tiny aspect of the idol offers one an insight into the cultural riches in the tribe. For instance, the slightly lowered eyes of the princess are cue to the general prevalence of coyness and grace among women inside the tribe.

$62
Tribal Religions: 7 [Hardcover]
Tribal Religions: 7 [Hardcover]
$90
Tribal Saga Tribal Folk Sculpture 14"Tribal Saga Tribal Folk Sculpture 14"
Tribal Saga Tribal Folk Sculpture 14"
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  • Product Code :4115
  • Material :Recycled Brass
  • Size :3.75" x 14" x 7"
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    $180

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