Morram Soop Wall Art is closely related to Indian rural art and culture. Morram Soop is also known as Kulo in Bengal.
Morram Soop is a simple domestic tool that is used for winnowing grains. The soop or kulo is closely associated with Indian religious rituals. Chhat, Laxmi Puja, Marriage ceremony, namkaran sanskar, and other festivals, and especially during our traditional Puja bidhi, we essentially need Kulo or Soop or Morram.
The soop or kulo which we find in our kitchen gets an aesthetic look in the hand of rural artisans and becomes an exclusive decorative wall hanging.
The soop or morram or kulo are made of bamboo slip. Mature bamboo is cut, sliced, and flattened to weave a kulo. When our artisans put their skill, craftsmanship, and sincere love into making a common product exclusive, the kulo becomes gorgeous and colorful wall art. The total effect radically changes the object of little importance, into a great adorable art piece.
Hastshilp Bamboo Slip Morram Soop Kulo Wall Hanging set of 3 are captivating and speculating hand-made emblems of Indian rural art and culture. The clay lady image has been projected on the kulos. The ladies are graciously featured and designed on the bamboo foundation of Morram Soop Kulo Wall Art.
- L X H X W = 16.5 cm X 25.4 cm X 1.25 cm.
- Gift your loved one on any occasion like a housewarming, birthday, or anniversary, and may the set of morram soop kulo art be a return gift on a birthday, Navratri, and on such kinds of festivals.
- Lightweight, easy to carry, durable, and can be hung by the loop given on the back.
- wipe the dust with a soft clean piece of cloth.
- Don’t hesitate to place an order for it as your appreciation will be a reward for the rural artisans.