Traditionally, potters shared a very close relationship with different communities in the villages as the communities were totally dependent on the potters to supply the earthenware to not only run the kitchens but also to observe various rituals associated with festivals and related occasions of birth, marriage and death. The potters work very closely with their surrounding environment. Natural resources such as clay, water, leaves of plant called ‘Jaru’ (local name), thorns and tender stems of ‘Prosopis Julifera’, ‘white clay’ and black stone is required by the potters for activities related to the craft.
The dying art of terracotta pottery making has got a new life here with the Gujarat artisans to fine tune their art with modern needs. Our artisans have come up with amazing range of planters and vases.
We manufacture and export Indian Handicrafts to various countries. We are deeply connected with our tradition & culture, trying consistently to preserve and maintain the authenticity of our various skillful crafts.
With Indian Kalakari, you can trust us with supreme quality crafts and services.
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