Dhokra is also called as Dokra which is a non–ferrous metal casting. The casting is done by the lost-wax casting technique and two main processes of this casting technique are solid casting and hollow casting. This type of casting in India is from past 4000 years and is still prevalent all over India mainly being in South of India and then in Central and Eastern India. Dhokra artisans products such as Dhokra horses, measuring bowls, lamp, idols etc. are famous and are in great demand internationally because of their primitive simplicity, enchanting folk motifs and forceful form. DHOKRA art work which is a traditional craft of Jharkhand, Madhya Pradesh and parts of West Bngal , is basically metal made up of an alloy of brass, nickel and zinc ,upon which the processes of hollow-casting and lost wax are carried out .Dhokra art will definitely add an additional traditional touch to your home decore.
Dhokra craft can be incorporated in furniture and interior spaces. Dhokra figurative frame can also be mounted