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Dhokra Metal Crafts

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      The Tribal Art of Dokra Handicraft

      Handicrafts are loved widely in India. They stay in a corner of a room but draw everybody attention. They will take the smallest place yet bring everybody eyes to adore it. The entire room gets a new touch with handicrafts in the room. It lighten the house with creativity, aesthetic and heritage. IndianVillez has series of beautiful collection of Dokra handicrafts to explore. Out of all the elegant handcrafted products, the handcrafted Dokra makes a place for us. The intricate and raveled designs describe how this handcrafted Dokra crafts has made a space amongst all and lighten up amongst all the collection.

      The History of Dhokra Handicrafts

      These beautiful crafts of the tribal pieces of handicrafts have a very long history to tell the world about its royalty and heritage. The story of Dokra crafts traces back more than 4000 years. The existing shreds of evidence say this Indian tribe's metal crafts belongs to the earliest civilisation i.e. Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa civilizations. The unique name of this Indian tribal handicrafts and metal crafts is derived from the tribes who were traditional metalsmiths from the West Bengal and Odisha. This traditional metalsmith was known there as "Dhokra Damar".

      The Home of Dokra Handicrafts

      Dokra handicrafts are made by the mentioned tribe known as Dokra Damra. These tribes used a unique style of handcraft famously called the lost wax casting technique. Dhokra metal crafts is a popular craft form practiced in the villages of Odisha, West Bengal and Chhattisgarh. Other places like Jharkhand, Rajasthan and Kerala and Telangana also produced these metal crafts of Dokra. IndianVillez works closely with the artisans, experiencing the passion and dedication of craftsmen and provides a market for this range of tribal metal craft called Dhokra handicraft. This metal craft of dokra is not limited to the indigenous culture of India; rather this lost-wax technique can also be found in international countries like Egypt , Malaysia, Nigeria and Central America and China.

      The Crown of Dhokra Metal Craft

      Dokra metal craft’s attraction is the rustic shade which is famous all around the world. Dhokra horses, elephants, peacocks, religious idols and measuring bowls and a lot of others are famous artifacts of the Dokra handicrafts. There are lamps, pen stands, candle stands,and statues in Dokra handicrafts which stole the show. Distinctive, detailed and enchanting folk or traditional motifs are the main attraction of dhokra jewelry is an edge over all handicrafts techniques.

      The Process of Dhokra Handicrafts

      This eye-catching artifact is created using scrap materials. Brass is one of the main materials and the artefacts are filled with clay. Natural resources such as wax, resin, wood from the forest and riverbed clay are used by the craftsman. Areas, where the production happens on a large scale, has a detailed process to make the Dokra handicraft and metalcraft. First, a hole is dug in the ground for heating purposes which acts as a firing oven but with time the availability of raw materials has changed its course. In today’s process, the metals used in making the artifacts are available in the form of wires in different shapes and diameters. The Artisans of Dokra handicrafts work with extreme dedication to make these fine pieces of handicrafts.

      In today’s world Dokra handicrafts or metal crafts also have contemporary pieces to make the room very fashionable and aesthetic. Dokra is one of the finest pieces to style and organize your room. Dokra handicrafts are very fashionable to make your room pretty.