Carving - Parzo

Carving - Parzo


The Bhutanese do carving extensively in wood, slate or stone, for making items such as printing blocks for religious texts, masks, furniture, altars, and the slate images adorning many shrines and altars. Carving, however, is not confined to wood stone and slate only - some of the most exquisite and rare carving of images of deities has been done on rhino horns and ivory and adorns various temples.

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