LIVING

LIVING (GHAR)

A SINGLE MUD BUILT HALL KNOWN AS KOTHA, SERVED AS FAMILY BED-CUM-DINING ROOM.


CHULLAH

A 4 FEET HIGH U-SHAPED ROOFLESS ENCLOSURE WITH ONE OR TWO MUD-BUILT OVENS KNOWN AS CHULLAH.THE COURTYARD, USUALLY ABOUT A KANAL IN AREA, WAS SURROUNDED BY A 5 TO 6 FEET HIGH WALL. THE ENTRANCE WAS A 6 FEET WIDE GAP IN THE WALL KNOWN AS GALLA.

BHATTI,s

IRON SHEET MADE IN HALF CIRCLE SHAPE FOR MAKING CHAPPTI ROTI(BREAD).THIN WIDE CIRCULAR CHAPATTIS WERE COOKED ON BHATTIS & LOHER, A U-SHAPED TIN SHEET PLACED UPSIDE DOWN AND LAEE OR COW DUNG CAKES WERE USED AS FUEL.

TOKRA

MANJHA

CHAPER


THIS IS MADE  FOR THE SHADE . THIS IS SHED TYPE STRUCTURE WHICH IS MADE WITH WOOD AND  LEAVES OF DIFFERENT PLANTS MOSTLY  SARKANA, MORE COMMONLY CALLED MUNJKANA  IS USED .THE FURNITURE MAINLY CONSISTED OF MANJHA, A 4 X 6 FT WOODEN COT KNITTED ACROSS WITH DATE-PALM STRING.

PEERHA

PEERHA, A CRUDE HIGH-BACKED CHAIR CANED WITH KUNDAR LEAVES WAS USED TO SEAT THE GUESTS.

PEERHI

 PEERHI, A 8 TO 12 INCHES HIGH SQUARE WOODEN STOOL CANED WITH PALM STRING WAS USED BY LADIES AS A SEAT IN THE KITCHEN.

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