Thursday, March 25, 2010



Again from my grandpa’s collection which now is antique for me. This is called “gholna” in Marathi. The word “gholna" signifies its movement in a circular form when it is being used. It is basically a sieve to clean grains and cereals like wheat, rice, barley etc. It is used to do the first stage cleaning i.e. separating the grain from the husk.

Isn't this a good wall piece for today's modern kitchen! I just love it!


Aayushi Jindal said... [Reply]

wao!!!! ur grandparents have sum intrstng stuff.....i m sure no one is using it nw.....i luv bamboo or cane weaving...

Neelam Prabhu Gaonker said... [Reply]

hey we have an exactly similar one in our village which was very much in use even in my childhood....I cant remember what we call it but...brought back nice memories...:)

Aarti Badamikar said... [Reply]

@ Neelam:
Yess...this is awesome! Im gonna use it in my new kitchen as a lovely antique wall piece.