From the heart of Madhubani, Bihar, This craft emerges. Sheltered from the world outside, it thrives on innocence. Pure, rustic and colourful, Subtly encapsulating the flavour of it’s native Village of Rayam.
This craft of golden grass ‘Sikki’, is harvested by women of Sadai community (Dalits)It is woven intricately and ages gracefully, steadily transforming into a golden colour. Thus giving it a name of Golden grass.
Once given to daughters during, ‘Vidai’ , it is considered auspicious. Sikki artists in Madhubani have honed this skill for generation and still continue to do so.