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Handcrafted sikki grass weaved roti box, made with natural sikki grass.
Sikki is a type of grass of golden colour which is grown in the wet and marshy area around rivers and ponds in Mithila region of North Bihar. Each sikki product starts with a base frame of Munj as per the design. Then the Sikki strands with a 6-inch long needle-shaped tool called Takua are woven around it. These grass products are lightweight, organic & biodegradable.
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Sikki Grass of Bihar by Munni Devi - The Sikki grass craft has been existing since hundreds of years. The women of Mithila region of North Bihar are known for their impressive craft skills.
Dastkar - Selected Craftspeople From a large canvas of artisans across India, Dastkar partners to brings selected crafts-persons online on iTokri. Dastkar works with rural men and women to create indigenous crafts, the skills of which have been passed generation-to-generation. Dastkar, also a 'mela' expert, has been organizing crafts fairs across the country since two decades giving international exposure to artisans and beautiful handcrafted bliss to craft-lovers!! We at iTokri, love them for what they do!!
iTokri Crafts Initiative is involved in designing, production and sourcing authentic handicrafts products from across the country. It is an in-house platform developed by iTokri team for artisans to showcase their products. Each item is hand-picked and sourced.
Sikki Grass Weaving
Bihar's ancient Sikki crafts are attracting worldwide attention for their beauty, practicality and environmental friendliness. Traditional crafts have not only spread across India, but have also found niche international art galleries and markets.