Sisal craft sabai grass hanging doll handmade by the master artisan from Chhattisgarh.
Sisal plant is abundantly grown in the Bastar region of Chhattisgarh. when the sisal leaves are processed they produce very fine white fibre. This fibre through very smooth to touch have excellent tensile strength. Sisal fibre is durable and resistant to moisture and hence a favorable for products used at home for daily purpose. The strings so obtained are plaited into ropes, most dyed in rich colours, and some left undyed. This is done so as to yield a colour contrast to sisal artifacts. These fibres have been very popularly used in making decorative products and items of utility.
Wipe gently with a soft cloth when needed. (keep away from perfumes, sprays, water and other liquid substances, store separately in a box)
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The Chhattisgarh Handicraft Development Board (Or Chhattisgarh Hastshilp Vikas Board) which is an undertaking of the Government of Chhattisgarh was established in the year 2001. The main objective of the Board is to achieve all round development in the field of Handicrafts and to revive the vanishing crafts with the help of training and to provide maximum employment opportunities to the traditional and non- traditional craftsmen for the constant progress of the handicrafts. Handicrafts have always been an important and integral part of the Indian Culture and more so in the State of Chhattisgarh, where the handicrafts are not very different from the culture and tradition of the people.