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PM Modi presents Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida a ‘Krishna Pankhi’

PM Modi presents Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida a ‘Krishna Pankhi’

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi gifted his Japanese counterpart Fumio Kishida, who’s on an official go to to India, a ‘Krishna Pankhi’, a sandalwood artefact made in Rajasthan with intricate work with its home windows depicting completely different poses of Lord Krishna, epitomising love, compassion and tenderness.

Sharing particulars, official sources famous that the ‘Pankhi’ is intricately carved with conventional instruments and has a hand-carved peacock determine on the high, India’s nationwide fowl.

It has a small ‘ghungaroo’ (small conventional bells) on its edges which transfer with the movement of wind and has 4 hid home windows with extra intricate carvings inside.

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The intricate carving on the sandalwood is finished with precision by grasp artisans in Churu in Rajasthan, who carve the already spectacular sandalwood artefact into a wonderful and stylish masterpiece of artwork.

This artefact is fabricated from pure sandalwood, which grows primarily within the forests of southern elements of India. It has hand carving together with conventional ‘jali’ designs.

Sandalwood is thought for its distinctive perfume that has been extremely valued for hundreds of years because it stays for many years. In India, sandalwood can be used as a worship materials and for its medicinal properties.

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