Pongal Pot - Etikoppaka Handicraft

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 It is celebrated in January every year and marks the termination of the Winter season and the beginning of a new harvest season.It is dedicated to Lord Sun. It also refers to a specific solar day in the Hindu calendar. On this auspicious day, the sun enters the zodiac sign of Capricorn or Makar which marks the end of winter months and the beginning of longer days. This is the beginning of the month of Magh. To recompense for the distinction that happens due to the revolution around the sun, every 80 years the day of Sankranti is deferred by one day.

  • Handmade by Etikkopaka Artist
  • Sourced directly from artisans of village
  • Light-weight wooden toys
  • Cash-on-delivery payment option available
  • Delivered within 7-days of online purchase
  • Free shipping for purchases above Rs.2500
  • Disclaimer: Since each toy is handmade and unique, no two toys are perfectly identical. Colours may differ according to the product.

Rs. 1,150.00 Rs. 999.00

 It is celebrated in January every year and marks the termination of the Winter season and the beginning of a new harvest season.It is dedicated to Lord Sun. It also refers to a specific solar day in the Hindu calendar. On this auspicious day, the sun enters the zodiac sign of Capricorn or Makar which marks the end of winter months and the beginning of longer days. This is the beginning of the month of Magh. To recompense for the distinction that happens due to the revolution around the sun, every 80 years the day of Sankranti is deferred by one day.

 Traditionally, Etikoppaka toymakers are masters of their own art. With years of practice and refined experience, these craftsmen display a skyrocketing potential when it comes to technique. Essentially carving marvels out of plain wood, the Etikoppaka artisan begins his process from softwood and arrives at the final coloured masterpiece.What makes Etikoppaka toys immensely popular for home decor and gifting is the eclectic sense of aesthetic they display. With dashing reds and blues instantly adding a flavour of 'being Indian', Etikoppaka still manage to merge tradition with trendy