Telangana region is considered a resourceful and blessed region with the inimitable expertise of several craftsmen, who create some of the best and finest wooden panels. Wooden furniture and wooden carvings add an element of beauty and creative touch to our living spaces and homes.
These panels are used widely for divine and puja purposes in our homes, temples, offices, ashrams, and other places. The town of Nizamabad is well-known since decades, for its association with cut work panels, made of wood and other materials. The wood work created here has been inspired by the art that has been thriving since centuries in Nirmal town, located not that far away from Nizamabad.
The craftsmen of Nizamabad town are skilled in producing the cut work panels, by following a series of steps!
Firstly, fine quality wood is procured for making these beautiful wooden panels and the local artisans are known for their mastery in selecting the right quality of wood.
Wood pieces that are dry and doesn’t decay, is used for making these panels.
Then the task of cutting the wood as per the right size is taken up. This depends on the final output that has to be created.
This is followed by carving the platform, fine edges and the enclosure-like platform where the idols of gods and goddesses are fixed. Proper measurements are taken at each and every stage, to ensure a best output.
Some of these panels are additionally varnished, coated with attractive paint and fixed with attractive decolam sheets in order to gain a more attractive finish and look.
This art is very popular in Nizamabad town and the adjoining villages where many craftsmen take up this work, delivering some of the best cut work panels. The panels are usually of a standard size, according to the requirements of customers.
A host of features are incorporated, with great care and attention for a wonderful finish for these cut work panels of Nizamabad. These panels are indeed considered masterpieces, as every aspect of the panel work has to be carved quite aesthetically in the right proportion and accurate angles, for the desired finish and expected final output.