Satin Ceiling Fan, Rajasthan hand-pulled ceiling fan with silk and satin frills were used in the royal households. A rope was tied to the fan which passed through a hole, pulled by a Pankhawala sitting outside the room. The origin of hand fans can be traced as far back as 4000 years ago in Egypt. The fan was seen as a sacred instruments used in religious ceremonies and was also seen as a symbol of power even in its early forms. The history of Indian Hand Fans is traced to ancient times for use in temples to fan deities, as also in royal courts and households. Department of Posts is releasing commemorative postage Stamps on the following 16 Indian Hand Fans.
30-12-2017: SATIN CEILING HAND FAN RAJASTHAN INDIA A commemorative postage stamp
SKU: INDC0900078231049 Category: Stamps
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