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An intricate piece of Dokhra art, made using the LOST WAX TECHNIQUE. It is a beautiful Durga idol showing her slaying Mahishashur in her mythical’ Mahishashur Mordini’ form, casted in delicately crafted brass.

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ABOUT DOKRA :

Dokra’ is a non-ferrous metal technique casting using the’ Lost-Wax’ casting technique, used in India for the past 4000 years emancipating and embellishing itself through the sands of time and weaving itself patiently unto the knits of Indian traditional artwork. Dokra Damar is the tribe responsible for carrying on the legacy of the art in West Bengal, being the traditional metal smiths of Bengal, they gave their own touch to the ‘Lost Wax’ and begot the awe inspiring craft of ‘Dokra’. Though restricted within the borders of Jharkand, Orissa and West Bengal; they have extended their realm of fame throughout the globe.

Additional information

Weight 1.3 kg
Dimensions 10.3 x 2.6 x 10 in