Depiction of Kali Maa's self-reliance and sheild in Brass Work by Pannalal Soni

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In his brasswork art, artist Pannalal Soni depicts Maa kali, possessing multiple arms and a intense facial expression, adorned with a garland, holding a chalice and standing on Shiva. As Kali Maa is seen as a symbol of feminine empowerment, a fierce goddess who is unafraid to challenge and subdue evil, inspiring women and men alike to cherish their inner strength and stand up against injustice. Devotees of Kali Maa believe that she offers protection from negative forces and evil spirits. Brass sculptures of Kali Maa are placed at the entrances of homes and temples to ward off negative energies, her imagery reflecting the depth and diversity of culture and spirituality.

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    Pannalal Soni, aged 44, hails from Rajmahal Road in Tikamgarh, Madhya Pradesh, where he continues a generational tradition of artistry passed down from his father, who also served as his guru. Despite a lack of formal education beyond high school, Pannalal's lifelong passion for art led him to forego further studies, opting instead to immerse himself fully in his craft. His dedication has been duly recognized through prestigious awards such as the Rajistriye Vishwa Karma Pratham Puruskar and district-level accolades, earned through impressive displays at various exhibitions and craft fairs across the region.

    Fueled by a love for creativity and innovation, Pannalal finds joy in crafting new designs, particularly those with practical or decorative utility, such as his renowned bullock cart masterpiece. His artistic repertoire spans from traditional motifs like Ganesh Ji to contemporary interpretations, always striving to capture the essence of ancient practices while adapting to modern tastes. Despite facing challenges, including financial constraints exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic, Pannalal's unwavering determination and resilience have kept him afloat, inspiring others to embrace and appreciate the rich cultural heritage embedded within his craft.

    Brass Metal Craft

    Metalcraft in India has a history dating back centuries with references found in archaeological excavations like Dancing Girl of Harappa. Over time, this craftsmanship flourished under the patronage of various dynasties, including the Mauryas, Guptas, and Mughals, each contributing to its refinement and innovation. Details Legend has it that the art of brass metal craft was passed down through generations of skilled artisans, who drew inspiration from Hindu mythology, epic tales, and everyday life. Brass metal craft encompasses a wide range of techniques, including casting, forging, engraving, and embossing. Artisans employ a combination of hand tools and traditional methods to shape raw brass into exquisite works of art. Intricate designs, motifs, and patterns are meticulously crafted onto brassware, ranging from utensils and sculptures to decorative items and religious artifacts. Common motifs include depictions of gods and goddesses, mythological creatures, flora and fauna, and geometric patterns. Brassware remains highly sought after both domestically and internationally, prized for its aesthetic appeal, durability, and cultural significance.

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