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Nativities from India

Nativities from India

India Nativity

(Actual Nativities in Sets may vary in size, shape and color due to being hand-crafted.)

Inlaid Gorara Nativity Box Item Sku: 34111-1

Inlaid Gorara Nativity Box

Smooth gorara stone box lis is inlaid with abalone shell, encircling a simple image of the Holy Family rendered in lustrous mother-of-pearl. Made in India,
1 ¼”H x 3”D
Nativity Candle Holder Item Sku: 35745

Nativity Candle Holder

Round metal candle holder with nativity scene sihouette around the sides.
(Candle Not Included)
Made in India

Materials Metal
Metal Black Color, Metal
4 3/4" D x 3 3/4" H

Christmas Table Runner Item Sku: 36439

Christmas Table Runner

53" L x 13 1/2" W
Made In India
Metal Nativity Set of 7 Item Sku: QNAT

Metal Nativity Set of 7

Pieces range from 2” to 7” Height
Made In India

Painted Wood Mini Nativity Set Item Sku: UEAM

Painted Wood Mini Nativity Set

Set of 13. Hand painted wood.
Made in India
Tallest piece is approximately 1 ¾”H
Painted Wood Nativity Set Item Sku: UEAK

Painted Wood Nativity Set

Set of 12. Hand painted wood.
Made in India.
Tallest piece is approximately 2 ¾”H.
Nativities from India

India is located in Asia, with Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Bangladesh and Burma sharing its borders. The Himalaya Mountains, the highest mountains in the world, stretch across India’s northern borders. The vast subcontinent of India is a potpourri of ethnic, religious and cultural diversity. Sixteen official languages (plus numerous local dialects) are spoken by distinct ethnic groups. With a population of more than 1 billion people, India’s population is the world’s second largest.

Indian meals are typically very spicy. Rice is eaten in the southern part of the country while roti, wheat bread, is eaten in the north. Traditionally, people eat food with their right hand. Complicated social structures related to dowry and the caste system remain in practice. Eastern religions dominate: 80 percent of the population is Hindu and 14 percent Muslim. Sikh, Buddhist and Christian religions are minorities. Most people in India earn a living through rice farming although craft production is also important. More than 28 million artisans continue to produce traditional handicrafts using age-old skills. Relations with Pakistan remain tense over disputed Kashmir. Both countries have continued to amass troops at the shared border.