Badrinath Temple 3D Model Miniature Replica (Pinewood): To purify your soul and feel peace during stressful life circumstances, you should always visit Badrinath Temple. This miniature replica shown here is a replica of the famous Badrinath Temple. And it is entirely handcrafted by our artisans in Uttarakhand Haat. This miniature replica is made from pinewood. And it is purely natural, biodegradable, and enlightening. Keep them in the nursery class, and at your child’s work table and help them gain the wisdom of nature and learn intelligently. This miniature replica is carved from the ring and is very beautifully handcrafted. Our artisans at Uttarakhand Haat pay attention to every detail of this replica; it is purely flawless.
This beautiful Badrinath Temple 3D Model is a replica of Shri Badrinath Dham. The Badrinath Temple or Badrinarayan is a Hindu temple dedicated to Vishnu. It is located in the city of Badrinath in Uttarakhand, India. The temple and the city form one of the four pilgrimage sites Char Dham and Chota Char Dham. Please keep this miniature at home to receive the blessing of Lord Vishnu. The sacred temple of Badrinath is carved by traditional wood artisans.
Handcrafted items play an important role in preserving the environment and are therefore necessary to protect and preserve the environment. In addition, the handmade items are a symbolic representation of the traditional and cultural beauty of Uttarakhand.
The natural and beautiful craftsmanship of Uttarakhand has started to die out. This is because most people use plastic items and neglect handmade items, which causes these Uttarakhand artists to lose their livelihood. Today’s children have a great need to learn about their cultures. And ancestors, but with increasing technology, this seems a difficult task.
Uttarakhand Haat acts as a platform to help these Uttarakhand artisans sell their handcrafted masterpieces to people and generate income. Our platform helps reduce pollution by promoting the use of biodegradable items and people the disadvantages of making plastic products understandable. Unlike other platforms, Uttarakhand Haat does not make a profit or aims to make a profit from the sale of these handcrafted items. Rather than, helping these artists have to make a living along with the preservation and preservation of natural art from Uttarakhand.