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Madia Madin Key Holder | Dhokra Brass Decor | Coshal | CD06

Madia Madin Key Holder | Dhokra Brass Decor | Coshal | CD06

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Coshal Madin Madin Key Hangar  :- The artisans who made this brass key ring holder adhered to centuries-old Indian techniques. The name "Madia Madin" comes from the Abhujmadhiya tribe, who are also the inspiration for the design. Abhuj denotes "unknown," whereas "Madia" refers to the locals. Males are referred to as Madia and females as Madin. Abujmadia uses jhoom agriculture, also known as penda agriculture, on the hills. If the slope is too steep for farming, it is abandoned and another location is selected. Using this method, the community relocates to a new location. Bastar beer, which is made from sulfi, an intoxicating tree sap, is a staple of their culture.

A loving couple or newlyweds would appreciate this sculpture.

The sentry keyholder set is full with a guard to watch over your keys. This beautiful and useful object will look great in any entryway or living room thanks to its refined design.

    1. DIMENSION :- 2.7L x 1.9W x 6.2H inches
    2. DIMENSION :- 3.3L x 1.9W x 5.5H inches
    3. WEIGHT :- 770 gms
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1. Crafted By Tribal Artisans Of Bastar, Chhattisgarh.

2. Dhokra Art is also known as Gadhwa Kala in Chhattisgarh as it is formerly practiced by Gadhwa Tribe in Chhattisgarh

3. The artform has it roots from the age old lost wax techinique that was practiced during Harrapan age. Traditionally it is belived that Dancing Girl statue of Mohenjadaro as the first artifact made through this technique.

4. Scrap metal is used to create these beautiful artefacts.

5 .Every handcrafted Artefact made using this technique is unique on its own.


1.Use mul cotton or any soft dry cloth to wipe off the dust.

2.Do not use water.

3.You may use oil for shine.

4. Ocasionally use can use tamrind water or lemon juice over the artefacts to maitain its shine.

5. 4th point is exclusively for the non-coloured artefacts. For Coloured artefacts use can use the first three points respectively.

Crafting Technique

Dhokra Art, one of the oldest techniques of its kind, has been practised for nearly 400 years. This style is well-known for its primitive simplicity and recurring folk designs.
The artisans of Chhattisgarh follow a 13-step process. The base figurine is meticulously prepared with bees wax wires. The surface is then covered with a thick layer of clay, with an open hole on top. The wax layer is replaced by molten metal poured into the mould. Final finishing is completed once the cast is removed.


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2. However, if you order more than 5 pieces of each product and style, or if the item you ordered is in production, it may take longer to process your order. If this occurs, we will notify you via email.

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Meet the Artist

In the Maoist-affected Kondagaon region of Chhattisgarh, you will meet Vikas Baghel, a native of Bhelwapadar, Kondagaon. An upcoming practitioner of Dhokra Art/Garhwa Kala in Chhattisgarh's Bastar area.

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