There is no shortage of talent in India, there is a shortage, it is just that they do not get the identity for which they are entitled. Now take the handicrafts of India. You will get such wonderful things made by hand, after which you will not be able to live without praising them.
The tribal doll is one such magnificent piece of wonderful art. Today we tell you what a tribal doll is and why it is in such a discussion these days:
The amazing art of tribals
Such a step is also true because the tribal doll makers do not get the right price for the doll due to lack of publicity, which is reducing their employment and more than half of the people leave the making of dolls in other works. Are engaged. At the same time, after getting GI tag, these people will get the courage to make dolls again.
This is how these dolls get prepared
Explain that mainly seven handicraft artefacts in Jhabua, Alirajpur have national and international recognition. These include tribal dolls of Jhabua, Galsan necklace, wooden bullock cart, Paw Dari, Pithora art (painting) of Bhavra, block print of Jobat and bamboo art of Kattiwada. Tribal dolls are made of cloth and thin wires. Till it has not got GI tag, then this doll is purchased from tribals for hundred and twenty-five hundred. At the same time, after going to the market, its price increases from 200 to 250. After getting the GI tag, this doll can be purchased directly from its original owner ie the tribals. With which they will be able to get a fair price for this doll.
They will also get a GI tag
Of the 370 GI tag products selected by the Department of Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade DPIIT under the Ministry of Commerce, only 50 products are of tribal origin. This list also includes medicinal seabuckthorn plants prepared by Yak wool, Ladakh and Himachal Pradesh tribes. Additionally, this list also includes wooden bows and arrows made by the Bhil tribe in Banswara, Rajasthan, Kali Longpi pottery of Manipur and black rice, traditional Himachali cap, Lahuli socks and bamboo flute of Chhattisgarh. Stories of many tribes are associated with these products considered heritage. Saving them will mean that we are saving our tribal siblings.