Each step of making rosewood inlay involves an artisan who is an expert in that field so that there are no compromises in the quality and the design of the products. This starts with procuring desired materials first. The woods are then cut in the desired shape and followed by proper seasoning. Once it is done, the final set of designs is made on them. Once this is completed, the final tasks involve putting color, chiseling, and filling up portions with charcoal.
Rosewood, yellow wood, and ebony are used as raw materials. Sandalwood is also inlaid into the wood after carving, depicting nature and Hindu mythological epic stories.
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