The production of furniture involves different stages such as frame making with bamboo, polishing and rounding with processed thin cane. Cane and bamboo furniture making stars by cutting the lengthy bamboo sticks into required size. The bamboo is then immersed in water for 2 hours to absorb the moisture. Now the bamboo stick is heated using kerosene lamp and it is bent as per the desired shape. Shaping is done with the help of wooden tool called Mungri locally. The other parts of furniture are joined tightly by binding using thin cane strips. Now the different ends of the article are nailed. Thus the frame of the article is made and it is polished with sand paper to obtain smooth texture. The thin cane is soaked in water until it attains moisture. Then it is cut into different sizes as per the size of the bamboo frame. The cane is wrapped around the bamboo frame by weaving. This process of rounding is locally called as binayi. The ends of the cane are joined using small iron nails. The artisan creates simple motif patterns while weaving the cane.