“Vivaah” Duffle Bag

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“Vivaah” Duffle Bag

$79.00

• 100% polyester with black interlining
• Fabric weight: 9.56 oz/yd² (325 g/m²), weight may vary by 5%
• One size: 22″ × 11.5″ × 11.5″
• T-piping for stability
• Adjustable and removable padded shoulder strap
• Dual padded handles with hook & loop fasteners for easy carrying
• Mesh side pocket
• Multiple inside pockets
• Blank product components sourced from China

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The Origin of Phad – A Blend of Performance and Visual Art

Phad Painting depicting the story of “Pabuji Ki Vivaah”

A 700-year-old legacy passed down over generations within a single family, Phad finds its origins in Shahpura, near Bhilwara, Rajasthan. Phad is a type of scroll painting that narrates elaborate religious stories of local deities and gods. Created as travelling or mobile temples, these traditional paintings were carried by priest-singers of the Rabari tribe, called Bhopas and Bhopis, who would sing and perform stories of their local deities – Devnarayanji (a reincarnation of Vishnu) and Pabuji (a local hero). The Phad painting would be unrolled, or unfolded after sunset, and the performance in front of village members, would last into the night. This is perhaps why the paintings are called ‘Phad’, which means ‘fold’ in the local dialect.

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Weight0.95 oz

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