Did you know? The trail of pottery making goes back to the era of Indus Valley Civilisation.
Ancient pottery from any region can speak volumes about its civilisation as it has been an essential medium for men and women to express their emotions.
In India, pottery is a sensual art form that brings along traditional and commercial purposes as well. Previously, it was used to store items like grains and water.
With the advent of Indus Valley Civilisation, people started using baking clay and shaping utensils as parts of pottery-making. There was also porcelain and earthenware, and all these were widely used for decorative purposes too. In fact, historians have proofs and traces of pottery-making that are handmade as well as wheel-made.
Unfortunately, this art form is fast disappearing from the Indian subcontinent. So, India Imprints strives with humble efforts to restore its previous glory. Let’s join hands to revive this exquisite art form!
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