Bhikshu Stacking Bowls 7 In Set Of 9 , Home Objects , Serving, lathe work
Bhikshu Stacking Bowls 7 In Set Of 9 , Home Objects , Serving, lathe work
Bhikshu Stacking Bowls 7 In Set Of 9 , Home Objects , Serving, lathe work
Bhikshu Stacking Bowls 7 In Set Of 9  , Home Objects , Serving, lathe work

Bhikshu Stacking Bowls 7 In Set Of 9

AnanTaya

Regular price Rs. 17,960.00 Sale

A collector’s delight, Bhikshapatra alms vessels are used by the Jain monks. Monks receive offerings, carry and store food in these stacking containers. The bowls are made of Rohida wood, (Tecomella Undulata) a native tree of Rajasthan. Rare, dense grained, and self-propagating, Rohida cannot be planted or farmed making it resistant to insects and inherently hygienic. ‘Kharadi’ craftsmen, Muslim artisans who trace their ancestral practice to Mughal times, are immensely accurate, consistent, and sensitive in their woodturning. For centuries they have been making, perhaps the thinnest turned bowls anywhere, with skills few in today’s world possess.

Shown here all dimensions are in MM.

Material: Rohida wood

Finish: Natural Melamine finish

Product Dimensions: 175 X175X 135

Weight in KG: 1.4


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