Majju | Cabinet


Category: Manjush
Location: Mocha, Porbandar, Gujarat
Cultural region: Saurashtra
Materials: Metal, Wood
Metal craft technique: Fittings
Wood craft technique: Carving, Fretwork, Joinery, Painting, Turning
Source: DICRC, India and SADACC, UK

The size of a traditional majju is roughly standardized. It stands four feet high and wide with a depth of about two feet. It usually has a 4×6 grid forming 24 squares. It is often fitted with wheels for easy movement within a house.

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