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Nettipattam (Traditional Elephants Caparison in Malayalam നെറ്റിപ്പട്ടം) is a Kerala traditional handicraft, Which is used to decorate elephant in the time of festivals like pooram’s. The gold colour of the Nettipattam makes its an eye-catching item during the Pooram festival. Different types of Nettipattam are available in our e-commerce Nettipattam is a glittering ornament and it adorns the forehead of an elephant. Earlier, Nettipattam was only used during festivals. In Kerala, elephants are decorated during the temple festivals. They wear a distinctive the golden head covering called a nettipattam, which is often translated into English as an elephant caparison. Legend has tells that the Nettipattam was designed by Lord Brahma. Iravath, the white elephant of Lord Indra Baghavan, was the first lucky elephant to wear Nettipattam It represents the entire pantheon of gods in Hinduism. Each bubble depicts Pancha-bhoothas Thrimoorthies, Navagrahas, Ashta-vasus, Saptarishis, Moola Ganapathi etc. So people believe that Nettipattam brings prosperity, peace and blessings. Earlier, Nettipattam was only used during festivals only. Today, it is a trend to use it as wall hangings in different sizes. The Traditional Nettipattam is made in copper and pure gold is plating in it. Now plastic & fibre Nettipattam’s are available in market. Here we are offering you the Fiber Nettipattam from traditional crafts man in God’s own country. It is ideal to be used in offices, homes and is also ideal to be presented as a gift to dear ones. The materials required are jute material, Jagathnath cloth (thick cotton cloth locally called), leather forms and the red cotton cloth material cut to the forehead length and width.
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|Dimensions||76 × 38 cm|