(Last Updated on : 09/01/2017)
of East Indian states
is gaining its unique signature style in India. The tribes in India follow a different culture. The jewellery that is worn by the tribes of East India
has a huge role to play in the history of Indian jewellery
making. The jewellery that the tribes in Indian
carry is made from the locally available materials like wood, shells, bones, clays and crude metals.
Stated as one form of the ethnic Indian art, Indian tribal jewellery is the most unique form of jewellery available in India. It is rusty and the colour defines the flavour of tribal culture in the country. Because of their designs and uniqueness of colour and flavour, its demand has increased even more.
The East Indian tribal jewellery contains items like rings
, bangles, etc. and also body jewellery like belts, anklets, etc. All this jewellery is very heavy and rustic to look.
Tribal Jewellery of Odisha
is a well-known tribal form of art from Odisha
that brings a terrific range of artifacts. Dhokra is the art of metal crafts amongst some aboriginal tribes of eastern India.
Tribal Jewellery of Jharkhand
tribal jewellery includes hasuli, thela, tarpat, pahuchi, mandli, jhumka, matar rola, Sikri and Kadhas are very common among them. The tribal people wear a variety of jewellery made from natural resources and also from bell-metal and brass.
Tribal Jewellery of Bihar
has a rich tradition of jewellery making. Tribals wear a variety of jewellery made of natural materials as also from bell metal and brass, especially as anklets and bracelets. Delicate earrings worked in filigree
with various designs are worn by the Santhal
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