Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota
Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota
Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota
Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota
Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota
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Antique Indian Betel Nut Cutter - Sarota

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This antique Indian sarota, also known as a betelnut cutter, is a unique and ornate tool that showcases the region's rich cultural heritage. Crafted in the shape of a horse, the betelnut cutter is designed to shave slivers from the areca nut, which was then mixed with spices and wrapped in betel leaves to make the popular stimulant, paan.

With its intricate design and functionality, this piece serves as a fascinating artifact of 19th-century India. Originating from the thriving hub of production in Kutch, Gujarat, this sarota is sure to captivate and inspire as a beautiful display piece and a fascinating glimpse into India's past.