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Shivji Buda Fotindi – A Scion of Yester Years' Kutchi Seafarers. He is more than a captain, and perhaps one among few in the country, who has excelled in the art of boat model making. Fotindi's career began at the age of 12, when he was recruited in a ship sailing for Muscat and Africa. He has crafted more than one thousand models of varying sizes ranging from a palm sized fishing trawler to dinghy sized 10 – footers. His boats are displayed and bought all over, from the United States to Japan and from Indian naval establishment to Hotel Marina Plaza in Mumbai. Today he is busy training his two teenaged grandchildren Jigar and Chetan to keep alive the craft of boat making.
Lac, a material taken from insect resin, has been used in Indian craft for centuries. Coloured lacquer is applied to wood by heat through turning with a hand lathe. In the process, the artisan maneuvers the lacquered colors to create patterns by hand in kaleidoscopic designs. This form of lacquered patterning is found only in Kachchh.
Master Craftsman vankar shamji vishram oversees a multigenerational weaving and dyeing business in Kutch. A simple shawl that involves only weaving can take about two days to create and at least 5-6 shawls of the same model will be weaved each time, making a minimum weaving stint last for at least 10 to 12 days. Shawls with intricate designs can take months on end. It was one such magnificently patterned Dhablo or shawl that Vishram Valji, Ramji's father worked on for an entire year that won him the President's award in 1974. It is the Ahir dhablo that was the design inspiration behind Vishram Valji's award winning piece.
The traditional rogan art by National Award Winner (1997) Shri Amdulgafur D. Khatri is unique art from village Nirona. Traditional rogan art is a style of fabric painting which is inspired from Persian art. The rogan painting craft has more than 400 years of its history. Hand pounded castor oil is turned into a paste by boiling it. Later color powder diluted in water is mixed with the castor oil pastes to create 3D like texture. Generally geometrical motifs are preferred and some time floral motifs are also adopted. Master craft artisan Abdul gafur khatri national award winner craftsmen and his family of nirona are only people left to practice this well known and vintage art form in the Kutch.
Anchal P. Bijlani from Sumrasar is leather art and handicrafts expert. He makes products like Purse, Belt, Mojdi, Bakal Champal, Bag, Mobile Cover and all types of leather art work.
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