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4th Dokra craft festival at Bikna village in Bankura district

The 4th edition of Dokra Mela or Dokra metal craft festival at Bikna village in Bankura district was held from November 4 to 6, 2018. It turned out to be much larger in size, response and business in comparison to the last three years. Led by the artists’ collective in Bikna, the festival has become a landmark one of the region and a platform to celebrate the local handicraft and folk performance traditions.

The Dokra artists displayed their wonderful craft works and the production process. Over 10,000 people visited the festival, going around villages, purchasing Dokra products, interacting with artists, visiting the Community Museum at the local Folk Art Centre and soaking in the ambience of festivities. On stage evening folk performances were arranged in both the villages. They came alive with performances by Baul singers, Chau dancers and Raibenshe dance artists, apart from Jhumur songs by prominent young artist Arpita Chakraborty. The festival enjoyed good media coverage.

Working with the Dokra artists of Bikna since 2004, we are extremely happy to be a part of their journey in celebrating the intangible cultural heritage of Bankura, preserving their ancient traditional art of Dokra and transforming from a marginalized village looked down upon by neighbors into a prosperous and vibrant cultural hub.

Glimpses of the 4th Dokra Mela at Bikna:

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