HORN – CRAFT is the rich cultural heritage of the artisans of Maharana caste in Paralakhemundi, Gajapati district of Orissa. Originally carpenters by birth and trade, they took to horn craft during the reign of Sri Krushna Chandra Gajapati Narayan Deb, the Maharaja of Paralakhemundi. It is next to impossible to tell precisely when or how this handicraft was born. Its rudimentary for was prevalent at the dawn of this century. Combs, exclusively meant for women, are said to be the very first articles produced. The hollow part of a horn was longitudinally split and the slices thus obtained were then flattened. Those combs were wholly utilitarian and devoid of any artistic value.

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