Khuti | Wall peg


Category: Manjush
Location: Luhinga Kalan, Nuh, Haryana
Cultural region: Mewat
Materials: Wood
Wood craft technique: Carving
Source: DICRC, India and SADACC, UK

These minimal khuti were recorded in the residence of a craftsperson who made mudha (stool). The wall pegs were fixed on either side of an aala (wall niche) and under a taand (shelf) with many mudda (stool) kept on it. The khuti were used to keep a bunch of sarkanda stalks during the process of cutting and sorting it while making mudda.

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