Firstly, the craftsman draws an intended product design over a wooden log, using a marker pen. Here mango wood is usually used as the block. This marked block is then set for the carving process. Using a chisel and mallet, unwanted parts and pieces of the wood are scraped out. After the extra portions are removed, the artisan starts with the facial features of the art, only if a human or animal figure is under construction. These features are created with the help of a small size chisel. Once the shapes and forms are carved well, its surfaces are smoothened by rubbing sandpaper over them. This brings the carving process to a halt. Now a primer is coated over the product for the durability of the paint, followed by the application of paint using a brush. At times, this prepared product is burned to achieve a different look and shade. Iron rods are also used, while the final product requires a combination of a number of wooden elements. These small portions are attached to each other with iron rods hammered to the surfaces. As the last step, the polish is applied to the product and allowed to dry.