Angry Tiger In Nirmal toys by Sai Kiran


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Size : Small
Dimensions : H: 12 in
Medium : Enamel Color on Wood

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Nirmal toys, known for their exquisite craftsmanship and vibrant detailing, are a cherished part of India's rich cultural heritage. This particular piece by Sai Kiran beautifully exemplifies the art form. It features a meticulously crafted wooden tiger, embodying the fierce yet majestic essence of the creature. The toy is hand-painted with a striking palette; the bold yellow base is adorned with distinct black stripes, capturing the tiger's signature pattern. The artistry extends to the intricately painted facial features, including expressive eyes and a mouth open in a roar, showcasing the artisan's keen eye for detail.

Set on a solid yet smooth surface, the tiger's poised stance, with one leg forward, conveys a sense of motion and liveliness. The paws are painted in a contrasting white, adding to the stark realism and visual appeal. Measuring approximately six inches in length, this Nirmal toy is not only a delight for children's play but also serves as a splendid decorative piece, reflecting the enduring charm of traditional Indian handicrafts. A true testament to the skill and dedication of its maker, this Nirmal toy by Sai Kiran is a perfect blend of artistry and cultural significance, making it a prized collectible and a wonderful souvenir of Indian heritage.

Nirmal toys are beautiful, handcrafted wooden toys originating from the Nirmal district in Telangana, India. The craft of making Nirmal toys began in the 14th century during the reign of the Kakatiya dynasty. The Nawabs of Hyderabad played a significant role in patronizing and promoting this art form, allowing it to flourish. Skilled artisans use locally sourced softwood, often from the Ankudu tree, known for its fine grain and durability. The wood is meticulously carved and then painted using natural dyes and colors, often derived from minerals, plants, and other organic materials. The designs of Nirmal toys often reflect traditional themes, including mythological stories, local folklore, and scenes from rural life. Common figures include animals, birds, dolls, and depictions of deities, each crafted with intricate detail and vibrant colors.


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