Jaali | Larder


Category: Manjush
Location: Meharaj, Bathinda, Punjab
Cultural region: Malwa
Materials: Metal, Wood
Wood craft technique: Carving, Joinery, Painting
Metal craft technique: Fittings, Meshwork
Source: DICRC, India and SADACC, UK

A larder is also called a jaali in some parts of Punjab. Apart from residences, a jaali is also used in gurdwara. This is one such example recorded in the dining hall of a gurdwara, that was placed in the counter to store vessels containing food items to be served to the devotees.

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