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Shop Tree in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu

Tree in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu

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Shop Rich Flora in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Woman with a Pot in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Meditating Buddha in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Radha and Krishna in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Lord Buddha in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Lord Buddha in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop The combined form of Radha Krishna in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Lord Buddha in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Palanquin Bearers and the Bride in a Marriage Procession, Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Palanquin Bearers and the Bride in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Women in Rural Landscape, Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Shiva's Family in Sikki Grasswork
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Shop Women in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu

Women in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu

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Shop Women of the Village in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Buy Siddhartha Gautama in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Shiv and Parvati in Sikki Grasswork
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Shop Ardhanarishvara in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Women and the Cattle in Sikki Grasswork by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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Shop Man and a Camel in Sikki Grass work by Suraj Kumar Sahu
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buy Meditating Buddha: Sikki Grass Artwork
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Buy Elegance Unveiled: Sikki Grass Peacock by Dhirendra Kumar
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Buy Harmony in Conversations: Sikki Grass Artwork by Dhirendra Kumar
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A Royal Elephant in Sikki Grass Art by Dhirendra Kumar for sale
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The Divine Tale of Radha Krishna in Sikki Grass Art by Dhirendra Kumar for sale
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Explore the enchanting world of Woman of Wonder: Nature's Reverie and seize the opportunity to purchase this captivating masterpiece.
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Discover the vibrant artworks of our village artisans at our art shop, where you can buy a unique piece that captures the essence of our community.
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Explore our online store to buy exquisite Sikki art pieces featuring natural scenes.
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About Sikki Grass Art

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This artform is recognised by The Government of India as a part of its One District One Product (ODOP) Initiative. Learn More

Sikki grass craft is a traditional art form indigenous to Mithila, Bihar, known for its intricate designs and eco-friendly nature. This centuries-old craft has a rich history, rooted in tradition and folklore, making it a significant part of India's cultural heritage. This beautiful handicraft has also been recognized as a Geographical Indication (GI) product by the Government of India that preserves and promotes the traditional knowledge and skills of the region.

History and Tradition

The tradition of Sikki grass craft can be traced back to the Vedic period, with references found in Hindu mythology and folklore. According to the legend, goddess Sita used Sikki grass to weave beautiful mats and baskets during her exile in the forest. Inspired by her craftsmanship, the local communities began experimenting with Sikki grass, eventually developing it into a refined art form.

Methods and Style

Sikki grass, also known as golden grass or Sarkanda, is harvested during the monsoon season. The stems are split into fine strands and then dried for 20-25 days under the sun to give their signature golden hues. Craftsmen often dye it using natural colors like purple, green, yellow, or magenta. It is then woven into various shapes and designs.

Sikki grass craft involves intricate weaving techniques passed down through generations. Skilled artisans meticulously weave the dried grass stems to create a wide range of products, including decorative items, household utilities, jewelry, and toys. Only a small metal tool known as ‘Takua’ is used in this handicraft. The craft is characterized by its simplicity, yet intricate designs, often featuring motifs inspired by nature, mythology, and daily life. The final products are often decorated with colorful threads, beads, and mirrors. This ancient craft not only preserves cultural traditions but also provides a livelihood for countless artisans across Bihar.

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