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描述:Rohit Jangid Rohit was also very young when he began to learn the traditional art of miniature carving from his father. Unlike his brother, Rohit is still studying. Although near graduation, he cannot dedicate to carving full-time just yet. He does, however, have a record in the Indian Book of Records for making a wooden house-fly and some national and local records for the same piece. In order to get his work seen, he participates in national and some local art and craft exhibitions. Rohit tells us: “I like miniature work in my art and we – the Jangids – are the only people who make these kind of carving products with scenes in flipped lids. All scenes have their own story.” Rohit loves it when people are surprised as he shows them his work and then he opens the lids, to scenes they don’t Rohit Jangid expect to see in such tiny shells. “Miniature carving involves engraving the wood on the contours of the design with the utmost care. We make many of our own smal

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The Story of SITAR on Great Musician Mia Tansen. Mia Tansen (born 1493 or 1506 – died 1586 or 1589 as Ramtanu Pandey) was a prominent Hindustani classical music composer and musician. He was an extraordinarily gifted vocalist, known for a large number of compositions, and also an instrumentalist who popularized and improved the plucked rabab (of Central Asian origin). He was among the Navaratnas (nine jewels) at the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Akbar gave him the title Miyan (an honorific, meaning learned man). His contribution to the world of music is priceless and is still worshiped by leading singers and composers of the world. He is believed to be the father of Indo-Pakistani Music. Description of SITAR (vina) Sitar is an Indian Musical Instrument with Strings but This Is a Sandalwood miniature carved Decorative item, Total Hand Carved piece With Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Work. This Sitar Scenes reflects Story of Mia Tansen’s Life. He was a Great Indian Classical M

The Pocket Watch The Pocket Watch is a watch that is made to be carried in a pocket, as opposed to a wristwatch, which is strapped to the wrist. They were the most common type of watch from their development in the 16th century until wrist watches became popular after World War. Pocket watches generally have an attached chain to allow them to be secured to a waistcoat, lapel or belt loop, and to prevent them from being dropped. Description of This Sandalwood Carved Pocket Watch This Sandal Wood Carved POCKET WATCH opens up into a weighing scale with the Taj Mahal nestling on one arm and the Red Fort on the other. They in turn lift to reveal more masterpieces. This is An Total Hand Carved piece With Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Design.

The Story of SITAR on Great Musician Mia Tansen. Mia Tansen (born 1493 or 1506 – died 1586 or 1589 as Ramtanu Pandey) was a prominent Hindustani classical music composer and musician. He was an extraordinarily gifted vocalist, known for a large number of compositions, and also an instrumentalist who popularized and improved the plucked rabab (of Central Asian origin). He was among the Navaratnas (nine jewels) at the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Akbar gave him the title Miyan (an honorific, meaning learned man). His contribution to the world of music is priceless and is still worshiped by leading singers and composers of the world. He is believed to be the father of Indo-Pakistani Music. Description of SITAR (vina) Sitar is an Indian Musical Instrument with Strings but This Is a Sandalwood miniature carved Decorative item, Total Hand Carved piece With Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Work. This Sitar Scenes reflects Story of Mia Tansen’s Life. He was a Great Indian Classical M

About Rajasthani Hand Fan The Rajasthani Hand Fan is an implement used to induce airflow for the purpose of cooling or refreshing oneself. It still used in small villages in India. Any broad, flat surface waved Back- and-forth will create a small airflow and therefore can be considered a rudimentary Hand Fan. But generally, purpose-made Hand Fan are shaped like a sector of a circle and made of a thin cloth and wood. The movement of a hand Fan provides Cooling by increasing the airflow over the skin which in turn increases the evaporation rate of sweat droplets on the Skin. This evaporation has a cooling effect due to the latent heat of evaporation of water. Description of This Sandalwood Carved HAND FAN The HAND FAN is an Indian implement used to induce an airflow for the cooling purpose But This Is a Sandalwood miniature carved Decorative item, Total Hand Carved piece With Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Work. This HAND FAN Scenes Based on Lord Krishna Life Story. And The Peacock

The JHAROKHA The Jharokha is a type of overhanging enclosed balcony used in Indian Architecture, typically Rajputana Architecture, Mughal Architecture, and Rajasthani Architecture. Jharokhas jutting forward from the wall plane could be used both for adding to the architectural beauty of the building itself or for a specific purpose. One of the most important functions it served was to allow women in purdah to see the events outside without being seen themselves. The projected Jharokha is an essential element of Rajasthani Architecture, both as decoration and as a viewing platform. The Jharokha increases protection from both the summer sun and monsoon rain. Jharokhas are mainly used in Palaces, Havelis and Temples. Description of This Sandalwood Carved JHAROKHA This Sandal Wood Carved Jharokha is a Decorative piece with Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Design. This is An Total Hand Carved piece. The Lord Ganesha with his Wives Ridhi

The RAJASTHANI DOLL The Rajasthani Doll Shows the Beauty of the Rajasthani lady with our Traditional jewellery, and it tells the story of a Mewar freedom fighter Maharana Pratap. About Maharana Pratap- Maharana Pratap (9 May 1540 – 29January 1597) was a ruler of Mewar, a state in north-western India. He belonged to the Sisodia clan of Suryavanshi Rajputs. The epitome of fiery Rajput pride and self-respect, Pratap has for centuries exemplified the qualities that Rajputs aspire to. Pratap eldest of 25 brothers and 20 sisters, was born at Kumbhalgarh on Sunday the May 9, 1540 to Maharana Udai Singh and Maharani Javanta Bai Songara (Chauhan). Polygamy and maximum children were social necessity of the period owing to higher female population and high battle casualties. Rana Pratap had 17 sons and five daughters. The male-line descendants of Udai Singh II bear the patronymic "Ranawat". Maharana Pratap was born in Pali-Marwar. His birth place known as Juni Kacheri.

The Story of SITAR on Great Musician Mia Tansen. Mia Tansen (born 1493 or 1506 – died 1586 or 1589 as Ramtanu Pandey) was a prominent Hindustani classical music composer and musician. He was an extraordinarily gifted vocalist, known for a large number of compositions, and also an instrumentalist who popularized and improved the plucked rabab (of Central Asian origin). He was among the Navaratnas (nine jewels) at the court of the Mughal Emperor Akbar. Akbar gave him the title Miyan (an honorific, meaning learned man). His contribution to the world of music is priceless and is still worshiped by leading singers and composers of the world. He is believed to be the father of Indo-Pakistani Music. Description of SITAR (vina) Sitar is an Indian Musical Instrument with Strings but This Is a Sandalwood miniature carved Decorative item, Total Hand Carved piece With Indian Traditional Miniature Carving Work. This Sitar Scenes reflects Story of Mia Tansen’s Life. He was a Great Indian Classical M

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Rohit jangid (01/11/16 22:44)
Rohit jangid artist you are great artist.
Rohit jangid (01/11/16 22:42)
Miniature carving work made by Rohit jangid artist. www.mrhandicrafts.in
Rohit jangid (01/11/16 22:41)
Best art work.