Dhokra is one of the ancient Indian art forms showcasing the local lifestyle and culture of people making the art. The lost wax casting method of metal casting, popularly known as Dhokra, is a primitive technique, which can be traced back to the Indus valley civilization. The bronze cast dancing girl model from the ruins of Mohenjo-Daro seems to be representative of this class of technique. The Dhokra art is differentiated by its rustic simplicity, enchanting folk motifs, and clean, distinctive, lines. This wall frame with exquisite Dhokra design engraved on it represents the pure form of this art.