IGRMS exhibits nomadic life of Dewar, Rabari communities

  • | Friday | 22nd January, 2021

About this exhibition, Praveen Kumar Mishra, Director, IGRMS said that -The collections include traditional household items, ornaments, textiles, and musical instruments of these two communities. About the Rabari Tribe, Rajendra Kumar Jhariya, Assistant Keeper told that – The Rabari tribe is a shining example of the pastoral nomads. The nomadic life of the Rabari is deeply associated with their herds of animals they rear. The Rabari women are known for their skilful embroidery, painting, and clay relief work that embodies the art of mirror embellishment. Visitors may find a first-hand experience to explore the nomadic life of the Rabari tribe through this exhibition in the gallery.

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