Rajasthani puppetry art is called as “Kathputli”. Kathputli is a join of two rajasthani language words Kath meaning wood and Putli meaning a doll. Kathputli means a puppet which is made entirely from wood. However it is made out of wood, cotton cloth and metal wire. Tribes of Rajasthan have been performing this art from the ancient times and it has become an eternal part of Rajasthani culture and tradition. It gives the state of Rajasthan an immense proud in showcasing this talented dance form first to the entire world centuries ago. These handmade wooden puppets are much more than just plaything or decorative dolls. They are a part of the traditional performance of puppetry – narrating an event from history, myths, folklore or legend, complete with music and speech. They are the repository of traditional wisdom, knowledge and social mores. Within them are contained the oral history of the region.