HANDICRAFTS
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Dhokra(Brass Metal Items)
1. Hiren Sitting
2. Lantran
3. Horse
4. Surai
5. Hiran Jali
6. Elephant
7. Bastra Art Adivasi
8. Nandi
9. Mask
10. Flower Vase
11. OX Sitting
12. OX standing
13. Modern Dance Adivasi
14. Budha head
15. Deer
16. Madini Kanapai Adivasi
17. Hiren Mundi Hair
18. Turi
19. Bullock cart small
20. Salap Tree 2 men
21. Salap Tree 3 men
22. Tribal musician
23. Deer Standing
24. Madia Sitting
25. Madia Madini Dance
26. Madia Madini Sitting
27. Madia Dance 4 in 1 group
28. Jery
 
Bamboo Craft
29. Bamboo pen

“Katu” is the ethnic name of the comb used by Juang community. the Juang are on of the culturally vibrant primitive tribal community inhabit only in Odisha. They are found in Juang Pirh of Keonjhar and Pallahara of Dhenkanal districts. They are of Proto Austroaloid origin. They are divided into two groups like Hill Juang and Plain Juang. They belong to Austro Asiatic language group.
Juang people use a type of comb which is made up of bamboo splits, wood, yarn and vegitable gum. They beautifully carve the wooden part with traditional motifs and prepare the comb using thin bamboo splits, nicely tide with yarn and fixed with vegetative gum. The designs carved on the wooden part of the comb is a delicate affair, performed by a skilled artisan of the community. The Juang comb experts make different variety of combs which depends on maker’s skill, knowledge vision and purpose of use.
Earlier it has ethnic use other than the combing purposes. The principal use is that the boy gives it to a girl as the testimony of his instant love with his beloved. If the comb is accepted by the maiden then it is presumed that she has given her consent for friendship which may lead to marriage. It symbolizes the love among the Juang use. The tradition of making comb and its use is still prevalent among the Juang living in remote villages. Now-a-days the love pinning lover carves the wooden part of the comb has generated incomes for the Juang people. Once upon a time Juang artisans were well known worldwide for their variety of fascinating comb. Under the impart of development and change the traditional comb of the Juang is losing its original luster.

30. Paddy Box
31. Pen Stand with Mithun
Woodcraft
32. Budha
33. Carrying elephant 1 set 4 numbers
34. Bhim Bhimani
35. Laughing Budha
36. Eagle
37. Carving Elephant(5 pc a set)
38. Tribal Dance Couple
39. Bull Fight
40. Rahinoo
41. Ganesh
42. Saora painting

Saoras are well known for their famous wall paintings to which we refer as Idital or icons. These icons convey great aesthetic sense. Each icon contains various symbols and sign and conveys special meaning for which it is meant.
The Saoras are otherwise known as Sabara, Saora, Sahara etc. and refereed to in epics of Ramayan, Mohabharat etc. They mostly live in Gajapati District and Rayagada District in contiguous area, however they in less quantity found in several adjoining districts of the State.
The Saoras are broadly divided into several sections. The Lanjia Saoras are a section of the great Saora tribe and well known for their socio culturally and religious point of view very important wall paintings. They make wall paintings on different occasions and for several purposes.
Saora wall paintings are invariably graphic messages directed towards the goal and goddesses, ancestors and different unseen spirits. The theological being of the Saoras is personified in the icons. It is quite different to draw out perfect symbolic meaning of icons. There are numerious icons such as icons drawn for asserting mishap in the family, curing illness, improving fertility of sort, ensuring safe and smooth delivery of child. Icons vary in style, shape, size and elaboration.
It is the Idtal Maran (Wall painter), who makes the icons. Icons are generally figured in darkest part of the house so that it becomes inaccessible to the strangers. Icons, which were previously drawn, are erased by smearing a mixture of red soil and thereafter new icon is drawn to serve the intended purpose. Now-a-days one can find Saora painting almost in every part of the country. Simultaneously the opportunities for the painters are increasing. Tribal artists make Saora painting which are in vogue. The younger generation have shown much interest to draw wall painting on paper, fabrics, pots and other bases. The Saora paintings are invariably piece of art and its demand in foreign countries is increasing day-by-day.

Horncraft
43. Modern Lady
44. Birds on the Tree
45. Jagarnath,Balabhadra, Subhadra
46. Crane
47. Prawan
Ceramic Handicraft
48. File Folder
   
49. Tribal Odisha Plate(Big)
 
   
50. Tribal Odisha Plate(Small)
51. Tribal Wall Clock with Saora Art in Odisha Cup
   
52. Wall clock with broad frame
 
   
53. Frame(small)
Handicraft Saora Painting with glass frame
54. Prototype Glass frame in paper
55. Canvas Painting in Glass frame
56. Canvas Painting in Paper kudumbai
57. Large frame glass saora painting in canvas
Wood Inlay Art
58. Cresent
59. 3*3 jali in glass frame with saora painting mount 2 minicule
60. 10*5 jali in glass frame with saora painting amount 5 minicule
61. Saora Art in Glass with frame
 
   
62. Vertical Table top
63. Horizontal Table top
64. Loose Saora Painting on Canvas(Big)
65. Loose Saora Painting on Canvas(Medium)
66. Loose Saora Painting on Canvas(Small)
67. Jyoti Solar Light
68. Jyoti Torch
 
 

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