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Barasingha : Wooden Inlay Paintings

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US$15 / Rs. 976
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The Barasingha or Barasinga (Rucervus duvaucelii) is a species of deer, native to India and Nepal. In Assam in the North-East India, barasingha is traditionally known as dolhorina, similar to its English name (swamp deer) as dol in Assamese means swamp. In Central India it is called goinjak (stags) or gaoni (hinds). The most striking feature of a barasingha is its antlers, with 10-14 tines on a mature stag, though some have been known to have up to 20. A scene captured by artisan where he is going to end his thirst by drinking water from the river valley. This paintings is made up on compilation of different woods like Jamun, Katal, Champa, Malaysian, India honne, Bilvar, Silver, Rubber, Tamarind etc. Its a unique handicraft item with inlay work on wood with good quality white and color plastics are used. A proper thread attached to the painting makes it easy to hung on the wall.
  • Size

    18 inches x 12 inches
  • Weight

    1000 Gms
  • Color/Material

    Multicolored / Mix Wood
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