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||Length - 13.5 inches. Width - 0.5 inches.
||Sakarpara is a snack in Gujrat, this tool is used to make it. It can also be used as decoration. Lac has been used in Indian craft for centuries. Coloured lacquer is applied to wood in layers and chiselled to create designs and effects. A handful of families from Kachchh’s semi-nomadic Vadha community settled in villages like Nirona and Jura where they use the technical and artistic skills of their forefathers to sustain the lac turned wood craft tradition. The Vadhas traditionally moved and worked, where needed, throughout villages bordering Kachchh’s Great Rann. They carved and coloured wooden furniture and household accessories for many local communities. The descendants of these artisans now work in the villages where they have settled. Few traditional lacquer artisan families continue the craft in Kachchh.
||To clean - wipe with soft cloth.
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KHAMIR is a platform for the crafts, culture, heritage and ecology of the Kachchh region of Gujarat. KHAMIR works to enable rural creative industries in Kachchh to become profitable and a model of sustainable economic practice. KHAMIR also provides a common roof where artisans and experts with a commitment to craft practice can exchange knowledge, build capacities, offer supportive services and conserve natural and cultural heritage.