Madia Madin is a tribal term taken from Abhujhmandh and is taken from the people of the place Abhujmadhiya. Abhuj means ‘unknown’ and Madiya refers to the people who live there. Madia is the word used for men and Madin for women. Abujmadia practices jhoom agriculture on the hills, also called penda agriculture. If the slope is unsuitable for agriculture, then it is left, and some other spot is chosen. In this way, the village settles in a new place. They raise poultry and extract sulfi from the Sulfi tree, which is an intoxicating beverage and is famous as Bastar beer.
They choose spouses during grand, elaborate dances at fairs. In groups, they dance in long and long rows. They do not have a high prevalence of child marriages. Marriage is often a choice they make when they are grown-ups. The practice of driving the girl away is prevalent.
Inspired by our dhokra designs of Madia we present you Madia Madin Wall Plates.
This wall plate would surely give a classic and elegant look to your walls.