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The first hquilted wood frame in India and the first to be imported by an Indian company is ready to be shipped to Sri Lanka for a new exhibition at the Sri Lankan National Museum of Modern Art.
The new wood frame hiquilt, which was recently donated by the Indian company Vidyalaya L.P. to the Sri Lanka National Museum, is a wood frame frame with a wooden frame core.
The hiquilted frame is the first of its kind in the world, said the curator of the exhibition, Dr. Jyoti M. Rani.
“We have been trying to get this frame in Sri Lanka.
The frame was donated by a local textile company, which has given a donation of about Rs. 3,000,” Rani said.
The wood frame has a unique construction, in that the frame itself is made of wood, she added.
“There is a lot of wood in the frame and a lot is glued into the wooden frame,” Rane told The Hindu.
The artist’s work on the hiquila is also being exhibited at the museum in a special exhibition.
“This hiquili is an original piece of wood that was donated to the museum,” Ranes said.
“It was designed for a wedding ceremony in the village of Thura in Tamil Nadu,” she said.
Rane said the frame has been hand-crafted by the artist and the frame is very delicate and it was also hand-made with a large piece of timber.
The hut constructed by the hquila, which is made from a large wooden plank, was installed in the horticulture centre of Thiruvananthapuram on the site of the old Thura House in the old village of Ghat, the main town of the area.
“Thiruvanathapurams ancient hut, which dates back to the 14th century, is the site where the hut has remained today.
It is one of the most important historical structures in the town,” Ransikar said.
He said the hundi has a beautiful color scheme, but the wood frame is a special one.
“The wood frame of the hut was made from the tree trunk of the same species as the hujur.
The tree trunk is the only wood of the tree in the country that has such a special texture and color.
It also has a very distinctive grain pattern,” Rainsikar added.
The forest is a sacred place for the people of the district, which the artisans say is very important to them.
“Our community is very spiritual, so this is a great time to be in the forest.
We are making a special hundika for the festival.
It will be a celebration for the community,” said P. Venkateshwaran, an artisan from the district.
“These are not just any traditional hundias.
These are made by hand.
The artisans have been making hundikas for generations.
They are not made in a factory,” Venkatsuran said.
Vidyasana L. P., an association for horticultural workers, was established in 1961 and has been working in the forests of Tamil Nadu for the past 35 years.
“They have made the huddas for a very long time.
We have seen them in the villages of Tamilnadu, Kollam and the hills of Kollalam.
I have seen huddias for the last 35 years and they are beautiful.
The beauty of them is so striking that I feel honoured to make them for a celebration,” Venkatasamy said.