The Vishwakarma community is known for building the beautiful temples of Sindhudurg region. The presence of the conical or the ‘trikone’ form is traditionally predominant in temples. This form is usually seen in temple doors, walls and even the architectural form. Taking inspiration from this, the ‘Trikone Khunti’ is designed with a combination of two complementary local woods grown in the Sindhudurg region. This product makes use of the existing skills of the craftsman along with the material and techniques that he is familiar with.
Trikone Khunti is handcrafted by the Vishwakarma Sutar community in Sindhudurg district of Maharashtra.
This Sawantwadi handicraft can be a perfect gift for festivals and can also be used as decorative purpose in dining room, hotel, restaurant, etc.
It perfectly suits for wall decor and showpieces.
Cashmere wood(Shivan) and Acacia(Jamun)
Base X Length : 12 cm X 13 cm
HFA Trust & LUPIN Human Welfare & Research Foundation work together to revive the crafts of Sindhudurg District by creating new products and processes and expand the base of artisans by getting many youth and women (200+) to learn new skills and create livelihoods from the craft.