Guardians' panel or Poliyas ka paat
Sun's panel or Suraj ka paat
Raavan's panel and Pandavas' panel
Duti Bai, Raja Harishchandra and Bhaktimala ka paat
Badrinath's panel or Badrnath ka paat
Patron's panel or Jajman ka paat
The temple of Ram/Thakur or Ram/Thakur Mandir
Dashrath's panel or Dashrath ka paat
Ahalya, the Sun and the Moon
Karma Jatni feeds a stone God
Krishna and Ajmal Maharaj
The Kaavad, a portable, painted, wooden shrine, is made by the Kaavad makers (Basayati Suthars) of Bassi, Chittor, for the storytellers (Kaavadiya Bhats or Ravs) of Marwar. The storytellers unfold the multiple panels of the Kaavad as they recite stories and genealogies of their patrons (jajmans) spread across Rajasthan and adjoining states.
The Kaavad appears to be conceptually based on a Hindu temple which usually consists of an entrance with guardians, a covered hall for the devotees to gather (mandap) and an inner shrine or sanctum sanctorum (Garbhagriha). The temple hall may have images of gods as well as images from the epics. Like a temple the Kaavad too has an entrance with guardians and an inner shrine (Ram mandir/Thakur mandir) which is reached by the turning of the hinged panels. The panels fold into each other and the ones closest to the central core/shrine are held in place by wooden pegs acting as hinges.
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