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Stilt fishing is a fishing method unique to the people of Sri Lanka. The local stilt fishermen use stilts to catch their fish. These stilt fishermen located in Galle in Sri Lanka.
This handcrafted still fisherman is made out of mahogany wood by skilled craftsman from Sri Lanka.
According to several ancient scriptures, there are a lot of ways to attract prosperity into your lives. Some Shastras even mention certain remedies with the help of which one can boost their financial stance and get rid of any obstacle coming their way to success. The elephant is considered a holy animal in Hindu religion as it is associated with Lord Ganesha, who is revered as the remover of the obstacle. Hindu devotees worship him with the belief that he would discard all the struggles of their life and would bless them with joy, prosperity, and health.
‘Nattami’ is the name given to a labourer in Pettah who carries and moves goods to and from shops, often by manually pulling carts loaded with the goods.
This statue was hand caved by mahogany wood by sri lankan craftsman.
Rush and reed plant species were once abundant in the wetlands of Sri Lanka and incorporated into the rice paddy fields, providing farmers with an additional resource to create household goods such as bags and mats. Above hand made reed lunch bag hand woven by a Sri Lankan Artisan.