Clay and Terracotta Products of Pokaran, Rajasthan


Craftsmen of the caste of Kumbhakars prepare hand crafted products. These include the well known floating clay lamps and lamps in the shape of tortoise and fish bowl for curds, girdle, to make bread. They also shape animals of variety more than 100, including snail, elephant, giraffe, horse, camel, pig, bull, cat, dog, rabbit, camel cart, owl, duck, crocodile, peacock, birds, cock, cow, Nandi, fish, frog, etc.; wall hangings with different animal head shapes, pots with figures of men and women etc.

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