Tribal Jewellery of Central India is made of silver, beads, cowries, metals and feather. Tikamgarh, Jhabua and Sheopur Kalan are the main regions where the tribal jewelleries are made. Even the tribal men of the central India adorn themselves with the ornaments. These tribal craftsmen passed their skill from one generation to the other and hence the art stayed in the family.
Tribal Jewellery of Madhya Pradesh
The tribes of Bastar, Madhya Pradesh make jewellery out of grass, beads and cane. Traditional ornaments made of silver, wood, glass, peacock feathers, copper and wild flowers are popular. Chains made of one-rupee coins are also worn by the Bastar women.
Tribal Jewellery of Chhattisgarh
The tribal women of Chhattisgarh love to wear ornaments made of cowries, shells, bones, mixed metals, copper and bronze. Ornaments are considered as one of the main items of the handicrafts of Chhattisgarh. The tribal people of Chhattisgarh region are engaged in the making of ornaments. These ornaments are an indispensable part of the tribal attire.
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