GiTAGGED® Khatputli Raja Rani Red Bhandini

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Kathputlis of Rajasthan

The  puppet playing tradition of Rajasthan is an ancient art form that has entertained mankind for generations. The puppets are controlled by strings or marionettes known as Katputhlis.


Product Details

UtilityHome Decor & as Toys
Puppets
  • Raja & Rani (Pair)
  • Elephant (2)
  • Horse (2)
  • Camel (2)
MaterialWood, Cloth, Cotton & Beads
Includes2.5 feet Wooden Hanger
ProcessHandcrafted


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Description

Rajasthani Kathputli Dance

Offering the beautiful Rajasthani kathputli dance from Rajasthan, is this pretty combo of Rajasthan puppets/Katputhlis. The combo has a beautiful Rajputh couple and pairs of elephants and horses. The structures are shaped out of wood and then dressed around with bright pieces of cloths and cotton filling. A unique traditional merchandise for your homes.

This Raja Rani Combo Contains:

1 Raja & Rani

2 Elephants

2 Horses

2 Camels

Additional information

Period of Origin

5th Century AD

Country of Origin

India

Geographical Region

Nagaur District, Rajasthan

GI Application No.

68

GI Status Awarded

2008 – 2009

GI Product of India

76th

Handcrafted By

Shri Manoj Bhatt, Chief Craftsman, GI Panchayat Nagaur District, Rajasthan.