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Kavad Katha Wooden Handpainted Wall Clock - (12x8 inches)

Rs.2,650.00

Partners KAVAD KATHA BY DWARIKA JANGID   SKU: DJ/1/8

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Size Height - 12 inches, Length - 8 inches, Width - 2 inches. Can be hanged on wall with provided hooks and also be used as a desk clock.
Weight 665 grams (approximately).
Material Kavad Katha wooden wall clock handpainted with representations of traditional art form, epics & myths. Made using mango & ardu wood with oil based colours by Dwarka Prasad from Bassi Chittogarh, Rajasthan.
Care Keep away from water & other liquid substances.
Colour Slight difference in colour from the visible product image is possible. Read more.
Brand Kavad Katha -  An Art of Storytelling. The kawad of Rajasthan is one among India’s enthralling inheritance of pictorial narratives. The kawad essentially is a portable shrine. Small in size and made with wood, it is shaped like a temple with multiple foldable doors and a sanctum sanctorum. On these doors — that can be up to 12 or more in number — episodes from the Ramayana, Mahabharata and folktales are attractively painted.
Dwarka Prasad Jangid, a renowned kawad artist from Bassi village in Chittorgarh district, Rajasthan.

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