The traditional Qingming festival foods include sweet green rice balls, peach blossom porridge, crispy cakes, Qingming snails, and eggs. The Qingming Festival started in the Zhou Dynasty, and has a history of over 2, years. Other important terms used in the craft follow: The goddess used this mysterious water and branch to scare away demons.
During his studentship he not only extended his obedience, respect and sincerity but also devotionally worked for long hours. It is need of the time that, this craft should be given due importance and should be taught in art colleges on academic bases, which can elevate its standard as well as techniques and material experimentations.
He used this expertise in such creative way to embellish Holy Quran titles, perforated poetry verses, quotations, invitation cards and even portraits. Aown Ali is a Lahore based photojournalist with interest in culture, architecture and history.
Note the sitting position and use of tool Figure 8 Okairsaz Showing his recient masterpiece. As it was mentioned earlier that Okairsazi was used in process work of Khusa making.
Therefore, during the Qingming Festival, most attractions will be crowded, cheap public transport like buses and train will be sold out, and accommodation may be slightly more expensive. China Highlights will help you see the best of China's highlights.
So with the combination of these two words it turned into a clear-cut terminology for Khussa decoration pattern making process. Inthe Qingming Festival falls on April 5. In the medieval period some book dealers were themselves bibliognosts, relaters of Traditions Hadithand literary scholars.
The bookbinders work was not limited to binding and mending books and ruling paper. These foods are usually cooked one or two days before the arrival of the Qingming Festival so people can eat and recreate during the holidays.
He exhibited his dexterity to world by opening new dimensions. In a dedicated craft market was established near Ghanta Gahr in Multan, but it could last only for a few years. Right now in Pakistan there is no such institution or centre where this craft is taught.
He has given new life to this supportive craft about 50 years ago, when he migrated from K. No matter for how long a craftsman work he has to sit in cross legged position.
These handicrafts are not only liked in Pakistan, moreover sustaining the prosperity of Pakistan by exporting these handicrafts throughout the world.
It is a commercial and industrial centre in Southern Punjab and especially famous for its handicrafts. Many people have holiday vacation from April 5 to April 7. The traditional binding was of two types: However, the drizzle makes the spring air fresher and cleaner.
Notice the delicate cut-work without any trace of carelessness. It has rarely been used in binding. Okair Lines and cut work guide the Embroider to make his stitch.
Ustad Haq Nawaz is the only torch bearer of this craft in Multan with only one pupil. Folk paper-cutting spread to a wider range and had abundant means of artistic expression.
Do-pust kardan, separating two layers of the paper; an economy measure, especially in the case of costly paper. Aown Ali Multan Arts Council has helped relocate Arts and Crafts bazaar beside the fort in Multan but the move has been counterproductive, according to some artists.
This paper has been used sometimes for gluing on the cover and inside the cover and came in vogue in the 17th century. He owns an institution of blue pottery in outskirts of Multan but his sons have turned the craft into commercialism. Aown Ali Multan Arts Council has helped relocate Arts and Crafts bazaar beside the fort in Multan but the move has been counterproductive, according to some artists.The Chinese invented paper two thousand years ago.
Intricate paper cuts have been believed to bring good fortune when hung outside doorways and on windows. In the past created mainly by women, who learned to cut complex designs of pomegranates, peach blossom and lotus flower, as well as the symbolic animals of the Chinese lunar calendar.
Kashigari, Naqashi, Camel Bone Carving, Glass Work, Okair Sazi (Cut work on leather), Dabkri (Mixture of sand and paper or camel skin), Patoli (Silk thread making), Gotta Kinari, Zar Dozi, Saddle Making, Jewelry, Bangle Making, Iron smith, Masonry and Wood Crafting, Dyeing, and the list goes on.
Āhār mohra, the treatment of the paper with starch or rice water so that the pen may glide more easily on its surface. Āstar-e badraqa (end paper), paper for lining inner side of the cover facing the text.
ʿAṭf, the middle part of the two sides of a cover that are joined together (back or back strip).
Masood Akhtar ‘Okairsazi’ ABSTRACT This present research focuses on one of the craft of Multan which is known as Okair Sazi, the traditional paper cut work of Multan. Jul 07, · Kirie the Japanese art of paper cutting. Paper Cutting-How to make Easy paper cutting designs flowers step by step for Home decoration.
Similarly, Samina and Shaheen represent beautiful embroideries for ladies’ dresses, while Suraya from Kahror Pucca displays the art of traditional chunri (tie and dye work).Download