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Sandook were mainly recorded in the northern parts of Haryana. This sandook made of teak wood belonged to the owner’s mother, who had brought it from Sirsa, during her wedding. The front facade and the shutters had a grid design, formed by fixing smaller panels of wood together. The sandook was raised up from the floor and the space underneath was used to store a number of household items.

Details

  • Title: Sandook (Cabinet)
  • Location: Nagpur, Fatehabad, Haryana
  • Type: Manjush (Storage)
  • Contributor: Mansi S Rao, Rishav Jain, Ben Cartwright and Radha Devpura
  • Rights: Design Innovation and Craft Resource Centre, CEPT University and South Asian Decorative Arts and Crafts Collection (SADACC) Trust
  • Medium: Metal (Iron), Wood
  • Wood Craft Technique: Carving, Joinery
  • Region: Bagad
  • Metal Craft Technique: Fittings

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