A very creative artistic huge/ big/ giant form of traditional tribal bangle or say kangan/ bracelet made of dhokra craft (metal work by lost wax casting method practiced by the ghadwa community of Madhya Pradesh, chattisgarh, Jharkhand, Odisha and west bengal)..
Wish to have it on my hands, this is modern taste for the quaint traditions.
A huge bangle with big dimension, a worth click in tribal museum, bhopal
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It’s a worth visit which showcases Cultural Diversity, Tribal Life, Tribal Art, Tribal Mythology, Tribal’s of Chattisgarh, madhya pradesh and Tribal Games of most important tribes of the State, namely, Gond, Bheel, Korku, Kol, Bharia, Baiga and Saharia.
Was not able to click the complete pic from any angel such was the beauty of size, so size does matter when it come to art and that too such awesome art.

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8 Comments

Abhijit Ray · 6th October 2018 at 01:55

Interesting post. Tribal art and culture must be understood and by actively promoting we may work towards improvement and integration of these communities.

    PraGun · 6th October 2018 at 03:17

    Thanks, yes agree we need to conserve that tradition. Made in India has helped do this and people are more aware of hand-looms and handicrafts

Esha M Dutta · 10th October 2018 at 07:25

Wow! That is an amazing shot, Pragun. How huge is it? I’m so glad you decided to grab a shot of that and share it for our #WW linky party. The size and scale is just out of this world!!! Do check out our #WW post for this week to link up with your post. The linky is open for 6 days, so there is ample time for you to join us. 🙂
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    PraGun · 10th October 2018 at 07:35

    Thanks esha would love to join.
    Yes it was an artistic masterpiece

Ramya Abhinand · 11th October 2018 at 03:20

Pragun this is so lovely, its not just the magnanimity but the image speaks volumes of the diverse styles and cultures that exist around us.

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