- Add to your Diwali home decor with these eco-friendly, traditional torans featuring wild grass handwoven flowers and hand-stitched raw silk leaves.
- These golden grass torans or door buntings are handwoven by women artisans from across 35 villages in Kendrapara District, Odisha, India.
- With easy-to-hang hoops in the Toran, you can conveniently display these buntings at your door.
- Gift these ethnic creations to your friends and family for a housewarming, wedding or the start of a new chapter in their lives.
- Make this year's Diwali decor sustainable and special for all your loved ones.
About Kaincha or Golden Grass:
- The locally known Kaincha is a wild grass found in many riverside villages of Jagatsinghpur and Kendrapara districts of Odisha.
- It grows to a height of about 5-6 feet and the inflorescent stick, which appears after the monsoon, is used for weaving.
- As the grass dries, it changes color from pale green to mild yellow to golden yellow. This is where the craft derives its name.
- This is a centuries old craft. Since generations, golden grass items like bowls, fans and mats have been used as utility items in many parts of the state.
- Now-a-days, golden grass is making waves and city dwellers are discovering the beauty of its products as they are eco-friendly, biodegradable and reduce the use of plastic.
- Material: Golden Grass & Raw Silk
- Total Length: 38 inch
- Width: 5 inch
- 1 x Door bunting (toran)
Care and Handling
- Do not wash the product.
- Clean occasionally and remove dust, wipe with dry or wet cloth and a mild disinfectant.
- Display in an area away from direct sunlight.
- These products are biodegradable and safe for the environment, one may naturally dispose it.