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Kaavad



“If you can't go to the temple, the temple will come to you.”

Kaavad is a rich, oral tradition of storytelling in Rajasthan, believed to be 400 years old. Kaavad is also the name of the medium used for this kind of storytelling. It is a portable shrine, which has a visual narrative of mythological and folk tales. The shrine is not just a religious piece of worship, but also a wonderful collage of images that are bound together in stories by the storyteller, the 'Kaavadiya'. As each door of the Kaavad opens, a new chapter in the story unfolds. Amongst many others, the most popular stories told through Kaavad are those of Lord Ram and Krishna.
 


Wooden box ☀ Moor ( Black )

$20.30

Wooden box ☀ Elephant ( Indigo )

$20.30

Wooden box ☀ Antelope act

$20.30

Wooden box ☀ Good natured camels

$20.30

Kaavad ☀ A Wooden Shrine { 28 cm } ~ D

$73.13

Kaavad ☀ A Wooden Shrine { 28 cm } ~ C

$73.13

Kaavad ☀ A Wooden Shrine { 28 cm } ~ B

$73.13

Kaavad ☀ A Wooden Shrine { 21 cm } ~ A

$40.30

Kaavad ☀ A Wooden Shrine ( Blue - 23 cm)

$52.24

Wooden box ~ Duck drama

$20.30

Wooden box ~ Antelope act

$20.30

Wooden box ~ Monkey march

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Wooden box ~ Angry bird

$20.30

Kaavad ~ A Wooden Shrine (Blue -19 cm)

$40.30

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