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Terracota

This is one of the most ancient forms of art in Bengal and the association with religion has given it a different dimension.

The traditional potters or "Khumbhakars" have been producing domestic and decorative items by moulding dry and burnt clay over the ages.

Sholapith

Bengal is famous for it's sholapith items for marriages & festivals and serve as decoration items for wall hangings etc.

Rag Dolls

This craft root from a Japanese influence, but have lately gained immense popularity in Bengal. Made with small cloth, cotton & wool, these are used by children and for decorative purposes.

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MASKS

Chhau is a form of dance that has become very popular in West Bengal,Jharkhand,and Orissa.The use of Chhau masks was also popular. Paper,mud,and clay are used to make the Chhau masks.The masks are painted in pastel shades and have a frank, simple, and bold look.

The use of masks have come down from the primitive ages. They are used for rituals and folk festivals and as decorative items for homes

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CANE & BAMBOO

Originating in ancient Bengal, These items find a bigger market in cities rather than villages in modern times.

the material is mainly used to make furniture and other decorative itmes.

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