Fast Facts :
Practiced in : Budithi Village, Srikakulam District, Andhra Pradesh
Highlights : Slender Necks and Exquisite Body Shapes
Objects of Budithi art : Cooking Utensils, Flowerpots and Planters
Made of : Brass
Budithi is a very extraordinary handicraft but not as such famous. It is accomplished in the village of Budithi in the district of Srikakulam, Andhra Pradesh, popular for generating stunning figures out of metals. Strikingly original shapes arraying from the delightfully customary to the stylishly modern, with lean necks and beautiful shapes of the body and graceful charm are the major highlights of this art.
The Budithi art puts across itself as conventional cooking tools and in forms, which suit modern needs - like planters and flowerpots. Typically made up of brass, objects have outlines that are arithmetical, with direct lines and curvature forming easy and outstanding presentations. Flowery sample abound too.