Drawing its name from the village of Cheriyal, which is about 100 kilometres away from Hyderabad in Telangana, this Mask is a 400-year-old traditional art form.
Wandering storytellers used painted Cheriyal masks to build intrigue for the gathered crowd in any festival to tell religious stories and folklore.
This pair of decorative wall masks are painstakingly handmade using the traditional techniques with natural items like tamarind seed powder and saw dust. Comes with a loop in the back for hanging on the wall.
Experiment the look by adding a frame or just hang directly on the wall and embrace the dying art form which is presently practiced by only four families in our country.