Manjusha Art Handpainted Bamboo Soop / Tokri For Wedding / Puja
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Authentic GI Manjusha Art of Bihar- Bamboo Soop For PujaManjusha Art, a unique art form literally meaning ‘box’ in Sanskrit. The line drawing art and scroll style of representation of Manjusha typically showcase motifs from the ‘Bihula-Bishahari’ folklore from Bihar – and this is what makes this art extremely different. One of the hallmarks of this style – is the border created in each piece of art – depicting flora and fauna of the region using three colors, pink, yellow and green. What started initially as painting on water vessels or ‘kalash’ has now evolved into art on walls, paper paintings and even on fabric.
GI Origin: Bihar, India
Paint base: Acrylic
Dimensions: 19x7x5.5 cm
Material: Acrylic Color, Bamboo Tokri
- Ideal gift for any occasion, Wedding, Puja etc.
- Bamboo wood is treated, coated and handmade by expertise folk artisians
- User Friendly,Durable & Reusable product
- Quantity: Pack of One
Manjusha Art Handpainted Bamboo Soop / Tokri For Wedding / Puja - This is an Exclusive GI of Bihar, India
In India, the soup is used to weddings and rituals of worship and perform rituals to the Sun God during Chhath Puja and .Till a few years ago, only hand-woven soop was used. Soop made from bamboo sticks is used mostly in Uttar Pradesh and Bihar. This Bamboo Traditional tokri used to makes your celebration enrich with tradition. You can also use this attractive Manjusha Art Tokri for Décor Home ,Gifting , Wedding. Ideal for gifting fruits, dry fruits, chocolates, cookies etc on any special auspicious occasions like Diwali, Rakhi, Holi, Birthdays Parties, festivals, Weddings, Engagement, Puja etc.
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