The Dance of Petals: A Thikri Glasswork of Flower by Happy Kumawat

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Dimensions : H: 9 (in) | W: 7 (in)
Medium : Thikri glass on White P.O.P

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This Thikri Glasswork by Happy Kumawat is a stunning creation depicting the elegance and grace of a flower plant. This exquisite artwork showcases a vibrant array of blossoms, delicately crafted with shimmering glass pieces that radiate an ethereal glow. The meticulous attention to detail captures the intricate beauty of each petal and leaf, creating a captivating tapestry of nature's splendor. With its timeless allure, this title represents the enduring charm of the Thikri Glasswork, capturing the everlasting essence of flowers that transcend seasons and captivate hearts eternally. Inspired by the fluidity and grace of the glasswork, this title signifies the delicate dance of petals as they sway in the gentle breeze, symbolizing the ephemeral nature of life's beauty. This celebrates the resplendent beauty of the Thikri Glasswork, where each glass piece represents a radiant bloom, embodying the brilliance and vibrancy of nature's flora.

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Meet Happy Kumawat, a talented Thikri artist hailing from Tonk, Rajasthan, and currently residing in Jaipur. With 26 years of age, Happy has already spent seven years honing his skills in the art of Thikri.

Thikri is a traditional art form known for its intricate mirror work and stunning reflective patterns. Happy's journey as a Thikri artist began in 2017 when he decided to delve into the world of art. Inspired by the rich cultural heritage of Rajasthan, he took up this exquisite art form and hasn't looked back since.

Happy Kumawat's artistic journey began during his school days in Tonk, where he nurtured his creative spirit and found solace in the world of art. His dedication and passion led him to explore various artistic styles, and ultimately, he found his true calling in Thikri. The glimmering mirrors and vibrant designs captured his heart, and he knew he wanted to master this ancient craft.

Since then, Happy has been dedicatedly practicing Thikri art, mastering the delicate technique of embedding mirrors into intricate designs to create mesmerizing pieces. His unique artistic expression and attention to detail have earned him admiration and recognition in the local art community.

Happy Kumawat's artistry reflects the essence of Rajasthan's rich cultural heritage. His creations not only showcase the beauty of Thikri art but also encapsulate the colors and traditions of the region. His innovative approach to this traditional art form has garnered appreciation from art enthusiasts and collectors alike.

As he continues to create stunning Thikri artworks, Happy Kumawat hopes to carry forward the legacy of this ancient art form and introduce it to a broader audience. His passion for Thikri art drives him to create pieces that are not only visually appealing but also bear the soul of Rajasthan's artistic heritage.

With his remarkable talent, dedication, and years of experience, Happy Kumawat stands as a promising artist in the world of Thikri. As he continues to evolve and push the boundaries of his creativity, the future holds great promise for this young artist from Jaipur.

Thikri Art

Thikri art is a form of glass mosaic or mirror inlay work from Rajasthan that adorned palaces, temples, and havelis (mansions) with its incredible beauty. Initially, Thikri craft was reserved for embellishing royal abodes, and majorly floral or ornamental motifs were used. However, over time, it permeated everyday life, embellishing a wide array of items such as furniture and jewelry, incorporating motifs ranging from geometry, vegetation, and animals to deities. History and Legend The art of Thikri was brought to India centuries ago by skilled artisans from Persia. Over time, it evolved and adapted to local sensibilities, becoming an integral part of Rajasthan's cultural landscape. The iconic song from the Bollywood movie 'Mughal-e-Azam,' released in 1960, features Madhubala dancing within the Sheesh Mahal, adorned by skilled Thikri artisans. The delightful craftsmanship not only enhanced the scene but also created an illusion of countless Madhubalas dancing simultaneously, reflecting the magic of this traditional art form. Technique and Style  Thikri artisans meticulously handcraft each piece, beginning with the selection of high-quality glass mirrors. These mirrors are cut into various shapes and sizes, ranging from tiny squares to intricate geometric patterns. The artisans then insert these mirrors into a base material, typically plaster or wood, using natural adhesives like gum Arabic or lime mortar. The magic of Thikri lies in its symmetrical patterns and meticulous craftsmanship where artisans skillfully arrange the mirrors to create mesmerizing designs that reflect light and create a dazzling play of colors.

Product Details

The Dance of Petals: A Thikri Glasswork of Flower by Happy Kumawat
Happy Kumawat
Art Style
Thikri Art
Thikri glass
9 in(H) X 7 in(W)
Folk Art, Floral
Black, White
Country of Origin
Rajasthan, India

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