Rag-doll making is a centuries-old tradition of the HarijanMeghwar. Each doll adorned in their traditional dress, reflects the cultural identity of the community. The rag-dolls were made from used fabrics, reflecting the traditional wisdom ofthe communities to recycle and re-use materials.
This concept has been brought out and popularised by Qasab. While the artisans rely on the same tradition for stuffing the doll, contemporary fabrics are now used to dress up the dolls and tailoring waste is used as the filling material.