Nagpur: To mark the importance bullocks in the life of farmers, Pola festival is widely celebrated in Maharashtra. Followed by which ‘Tana Pola’ is celebrated across the region, where kids along with their wooden bullocks go door to door asking for goods.
A 6-feet tall wooden bullock carved out of sagwan has become centre of attraction for citizens in New Subhedar Layout in city. People are making a beeline to Rotkar family residence to catch a glimpse of the wooden creation which is reportedly weighs 500 kg.
The attractive ‘Tana Pola’ wooden bullock has been carved out meticulously by Prarthana and Yuvraj Rotkar of New Subhedar Layout here.