Sikki Grass of Bihar
The history of Sikki crafts shows that grass crafts have been around for hundreds of years. It is difficult to ascertain the exact age of this craft. However, as a craft used in business, this has happened more recently in the last few decades. The manufacture of various kinds of utilities, sacred images and toys, mainly from the pools of Sikki, is an integral part of the lives of women in the northern Bihar region. The main tool, the "takua," is a 6-inch needle-shaped iron object with a round head used to hold the needle.