Jeev Jantu Mask- Ghoda (Pack of 4)
The pandemic has aggravated their struggles and created a existential crisis for the Indian arts and culture ecosystem.
The #culturemasks and #cultureproducts were borne from this crisis with the idea of reviving traditional Indian Arts and Culture and providing sustainable livelihoods for our artisans who incorporate environmental sustainable methods of craftsmanship.
The Kala Chaupal Trust provides a platform for Arts, Culture and Environmental Sustainability. And creates affirmative action in Culture4Development.
The Jaipur Kala Chaupal LLP is the social impact business chapter, that believes in #Designs4Good and an ethical approach to progressive cultural development through livelihood generation.
Tell a story of your culture.
Tell a story of an Artist
Tell a story of Indian History.
Keep your culture close.
They are who you are.
Material : Cotton
Dimension : 12x12 Inches
The version of the Mahabharata, written by the Odia poet Sarala Dasa, narrates the legend of Navagunjara; no other version has the story. Once, when Arjuna was doing penance on a hill, Krishna-Vishnu appears to him as Navagunjara. Navagunjara has the head of a rooster, and stands on three feet, those of an elephant, tiger and deer or horse; the fourth limb is a raised human arm carrying a lotus or a wheel. The beast has the neck of a peacock, the back or hump of a bull and the waist of a lion; the tail is a serpent. Initially, Arjuna was terrified as well as mesmerized by the strange creature and raises his bow to shoot it. Finally, Arjuna realizes that Navagunjara is a manifestation of Vishnu and drops his weapons, bowing before Navagunjara.
- Made in pure cotton
- 2 layered with filter pocket to insert a third tissue paper or cloth layer
- Handpainted by the local artisans of Odisha
- Fabric ties
- Washable and re-usable
- Gentle hand wash
Kindly allow a time of 10 days to paint and create the mask all masks are made to order. Please note that the fabric color of the mask will vary