25/7 Adieu Crafts museum

This last post about craft museum is featuring the “Konyak Morung” from Nagaland and the beautiful stone carving on “Gateway to Haveli” from Rajasthan.

Konyak Morung is a traditionally built Naga hut. The Morung or Bachelor system was an essential part of Naga’s Land and culture. A typical Morung is embellished with hunting trophies and fine wood carvings at the doorway.11906376_1174641749218336_1152336893_n

[Image Source-http://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/s480x480/e35/11906376_1174641749218336_1152336893_n.jpg?ig_cache_key=MTExNzg4NDQxNDcyNzk0MzI1OA%3D%3D.2, 2017]

Stone carvings at Gateway to Haveli. Once again we have the beautiful intricately stone cut patterns from rajasthan.

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References:

[1]http://scontent.cdninstagram.com/t51.2885-15/s480x480/e35/11906376_1174641749218336_1152336893_n.jpg?ig_cache_key=MTExNzg4NDQxNDcyNzk0MzI1OA%3D%3D.2. (2017). [image].

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