Dancing to the Sounds of Dandis
The artisan has transcended the cultural and regional borders by depicting the age old traditional dance of Gujarat – the Dandiya through sikki grass art which is a craft practiced mostly in Bihar. The colorful sticks or the dandi are struck together to the beats of the musical instrument and creates an aura of magical exuberance and cheer. The dance itself is mesmerizing and is almost like poetry personified in the enchanting movements and steps of the dancers.
The captivating rhythmic beats, intermittent jingling sound of bells and the clattering of sticks work together with the brilliance of the lights and magnificent colors of the dresses to create an electrifying ambience. It is almost enticing in its appeal and it is no wonder that throngs of people are present to partake of this. Despite, the artisan having used the golden grass in its original glory, the handmade depiction of this dance is so vivid, that it is almost alive arousing feelings of fervor, joy and merriment.
This handcrafted wall art is sure to bring this feeling of gaiety in to your home when it occupies a special space in your living area. It will allow you to unwind and take you beyond the boundaries of region, religion or any other such limiting clannish interests.
Combine this piece with other such beauties available for you readily and instantly enliven and rejuvenate the cozy family space. It will have people marvel at your liberated style when you display it or choose to gift it to someone dear.
- Contemporary depiction of tradition
- Ingeniously handcrafted with simple grass
Spl. Note : All handcrafted products may have a variations in the color you see and what you get. This is normal and acceptable. The frame shown is for reference only. The Products are shipped without Frames. Frames will add aesthetic value to your purchase at nominal charges
- Artist Name: Kaveri