Thursday, 21 February 2019

Some Resources, Graphic & Cultural

Aam Dali, a welcome garland used in Assamese and Hindu marriage in doorsteps. 

JAKOI, a fish catching bamboo equipment used throughout NE.
Bihu Logo Assam
GAGANA, an instrument made from bamboo
and used in Bihu singing. It produces string like sound.

Assamese xaphura/horai with gamusa typically used to
 welcome or gift someone with blessings.
Japi of Assam. (A New Version)

Thuria, a traditional ear-ring worn by Assamese women.
Old Paper
Old Paper Design
Bamboo Log in high resolution made in Photoshop
Ripped Paper New
An Assamese Ornament made from raw gold.
BAAN BATI, a traditional Assamese Serving Bowl made from
Brass Metal and used from the days of Royal Ahom dynasty.
Bihu in Assam. A symbol developed in photoshop for quick use.
PEPA. An instrument made from the Horn of Buffalo
and used by Greater Assamese People in BIHU
singing; a good symbol signifying BIHU in Assam.
MAKU, a weaving shuttle used by Assamese weavers.
Assamese Horai Big Size.
Japi of Assam; Projection
Symbol of Ahom
KHALOI, a fish storage equipment made from bamboo.
Taal, a high frequency musical instrument (cymbal) used in
religious singing by Assamese People.
Kolochi. A traditional brass utensil used in ceremonies by Assamese People.
Gaamkharu is a traditional Assamese ornament used by
female bihu dancers made of Silver.
Assamese SEPA. A traditional fish catching equipment
made from bamboo and used by many tribes throughout the
North Eastern States of India.
POLO. A fish catching equipment of Assamese People.
Ripped Paper
Wood Slice. Tree trunk slice with age ring.

BOTA. It is a brass metal utensil traditionally used by Assamese People to offer GUA-PAAN(battle nut).

 
Old Paper Side Rolled

Old Notice Paper
Horai of Assam
Gift Knot.
Old Textured Paper
Antique Paper Sheet
Old Paper
Assamese Gamusa Made in Photoshop
Horai is the traditional brass metal product of Assm used in
ceremonial functions. Also called as Hophura.  Used with
and without the upper lid.
Gamusa and Japi (BIHU logo developed in Photoshop CS)
Old Paper Texture for Graphics Users
Gamosa of Assam. Developed in Photoshop CS.

Assamese Traditional Japi

15 comments:

  1. Hi Biswaji,
    Thanks for launching your Blog, I know you are working to make it more useful. I sincerely wish you all the best with your work. I really liked the Gamusa creation by you; also the Jaapi and Gamusa combination.
    Put more of your creation and we will know you better.
    Xhubhessa Thakil Tumaloi
    Mintu Desai, Ohio

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  2. wallah! that was really interesting images. Are all these your design?? some of them were seemed to be photographed...

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  4. i want to make a logo with japi, please email me your contact details at mintunath@gmail.com

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  8. Dear Biswajit, you are doing a great job. It is great that you are allowing people to use your creations. Yours is a one of a kind website.
    Regards,

    Bhaskar

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  9. Great Rare Traditional Collection.

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  10. "is this the only piece of heritage that you can show off to the world? Seriously there are better things to latch onto :)

    tanSEN was bengali my dear friend, so were a lot of other people! want to see the entire list as it stands today? so was subash chandra bose and sri aurobindo :)

    and i can name a million others and i am proud to say our greateness can be exerted beyond our national borders.

    we bengalis have won pretty much every award in the world stage

    you name it we have it and we are damn proud of what we have :) "

    KAMONASISH AAYUSH MAZUMDAR
    MBA, IMT Ghaziabad
    Bengaluru, Karnataka, India
    in.linkedin.com/in/7thsense

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