Incredible One Of A Kind Tribal Embroidered and Mirrored BELTS from the BANJARA Tribe of Central India Belly Dancing J K handcrafts presents beautiful hand crafted Banjara Belly dance Belts in various beaded and gypsy styles and colors. ready stock available. This incredible ONE OF A KIND Tribal Embroidered and Mirrored BELTS from the BANJARA Tribe of Central India is great for BELLY DANCE, Tribal Dance, or wearing to that special Tribal Party or event!. HANDMADE in country, this ONE of a KIND item was created and worn, in country, in ceremony. Made from Embroidered Coth Mirrors, Coin Silver and Brass, Natural Stones, Cowrie Shells, beads, coins, and bells, it is sure to intrigue and entertain:smile: Since each is authentic, and have been worn, some have a substantial aged patina, adding to their authenticity and appearance. They generally appear old. Newly attached to new cloth backing with ties at each end that you can use, or lengthen. Attach one or two belts to your costume, a creative example is shown below. Or, just frame and mount on the wall The Banjara are a nomadic people, who 2300 years ago descended from Roma gypsies of Europe who migrated through the rugged mountains of Afghanistan and finally settled down in the deserts of Rajasthan in India. The colourful stream of the Banjaras began to travel down to the South in the 14th century. In the early 1800s, following the invasion by the armies of Aurangzeb and thanks to the number of cattle they owned, the Banjaras worked for the Moghuls as commissariat carriers transporting provisions and arms, setting up camps on the outskirts of army encampments. When the Southern campaigns ended, the Banjaras forgot their desert homes in Rajasthan and settled down in the Deccan, the plateau of central peninsular India.
Today the Banjara lifestyle has naturally altered and the tribals have had to abandon their packs of animals and take to working as laborers on building and construction projects. Despite all this, their traditional customs, manners and ceremonies have undergone little change and their migratory instinct is still intact. They move wherever work is available, set up their temporary hamlets and build simple homes of mud and bamboo plaits. They keep very few domestic possessions and make do with earthen vessels, small quilts, bamboo and date mats and some rickety wooden articles. Brass and copper vessels are only recent additions and even these are very few in each family. The younger generation prefers to settle down to pucca (permanent) jobs in cities. Some are already plying rickshaws in Hyderabad while many have taken to other regular jobs. Available in assorted colours in different unique designe
- Item Code: BZBL-005
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- Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Pieces
- Port of Dispatch: mumbai
- Production Capacity: 2500
- Packaging Details: custom packing available