How Bone Carvers In India Are Keeping A Prehistoric Art Alive | Still Standing

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Neha Sharma
Neha Sharma
11 Mar 2022

Bone carving is an ancient art form popularized by royals in India around the 16th century. More recently, a shrinking market and scarcity of materials have pushed many carvers away from the craft. Jalaluddin Akhtar and his son Akheel are determined to keep the craft alive in Lucknow.

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How Bone Carvers In India Are Keeping A Prehistoric Art Alive | Still Standing

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AshifRaza 3 months ago

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