Sikki Craft Online Course

by Sudhira Devi

In this course, you will learn the basics of Sikki grass craft, know how to prepare the sikki grass for artwork and learn to make the tree art.

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Learn Sikki Grass Craft

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Sikki grass craft, an ancient Indian art form that weaves together tradition, creativity, and sustainability. Join our exclusive online workshop and experience the joy of crafting intricate and beautiful items using Sikki grass, a versatile material native to Bihar and other regions in India. Unleash your artistic flair and learn the traditional techniques from skilled artisans as we delve into the fascinating journey of Sikki grass craft.

Sikki Artworks by Sudhira Devi

Sikki grass craft is an age-old tradition that holds a special place in Indian culture, particularly in Bihar. Derived from the stalks of a type of wild grass called Sikki, this art form dates back centuries and is deeply rooted in rural communities. Sikki grass is renowned for its natural golden hue and pliability, making it ideal for crafting various items such as baskets, trays, coasters, jewelry, and decorative pieces.

Why Choose this Course?

  • Expert Guidance: Our online workshop is led by experienced artisans with a deep understanding of Sikki grass craft. They will patiently guide you through each step, ensuring you grasp the techniques with ease.
  • Flexibility and Convenience: Join the workshop from the comfort of your home at a time that suits your schedule. No need to travel; all you need is a stable internet connection and the enthusiasm to learn.
  • Take Home Your Creations: At the end of the workshop, proudly showcase your handmade Sikki grass crafts, each carrying the essence of Indian heritage and your artistic touch.

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