Some 3000 BC ago, we know of a civilization that indulges us in the mystery of its grandeur design, the great bath that could have been more than that of baptismal importance, its reluctance to engage in warfare that might have been its gradual demise.
Meet Dhokra Artist- Trinath Jhara No wonder you don't realize craftsmanship at its very core. Trinath Jhara. A husband, father of four, and a colossus of art in an endangered methodical tradition.
Sunil Jhara.Some artists delve into the idea of persisting art without being the face of it. His unceasing drive to perform with his family and remaining a benign character at the very root comes to him with such ease
Meet Laxmin Jhara- Dhokra Artist The immense obscurity of the realest of people exhibiting utmost sincerity and surmounting themselves and art in the most united form precedes me.
Tirnath is an artisan practicing the art of Dhokra metal casting, which has been in use in India for over 4000 years. To put things into perspective, Tirnath often spent 7-8 days perfecting a Dhokra art piece.