Here we have "Wings of Valor," a pair of exotic works of Dhokra art that is both captivating and whimsical. In this statue, the mythical Hindu god "Garuda," the Golden-winged Bird, is depicted.
According to the Hindu religion, praying to Lord Garuda before Lord Vishnu speeds up the prayers and effects. Lord Garuda can be worshiped for an increase in confidence and courage and removal of all kinds of fears.
Witness the creativity that springs from a long-standing tradition stretching back through the ages. The ancient folk art of Dhokra, which is practiced primarily in the Indian states of West Bengal, Odisha, Jharkhand, and Chhattisgarh, grabs attention with its distinct beauty and appeal.
Dhokra craft objects are brought to life through non-ferrous metal casting using the lost-wax casting technique, which is one of the earliest and most sophisticated methods of metal casting known to human civilization. The Indus Valley Civilization's Mohenjo-Daro city is where it all began 4500 years ago.
Dokra or Dhokra is a tribute to the Dhokra Damar, a nomadic tribe of skilled artisans who can be found in parts of Bengal, Odisha, and Madhya Pradesh. Their beautifully crafted metalware has come to be instantly recognized as a hallmark of the Dhokra artifacts we admire today.
Dhokra art is simple yet alluring due to its emphasis on instinctual forms, endearing folk motifs, and imaginative, delicate patterns. The ornamental sculptures in "Wings of Valor" are typical of Dhokra art because of their rustic beauty, whimsical patterns, and a hint of folk-art motifs.
"Wings of Valor" is a wonderful celebration of India's artistic heritage and a testament to the country's cultural sophistication. This Dhokra Art Garuda Sculpture will be a stunning addition to any home or office.
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