It is an art of making blue glaze pottery that travelled from Kashmir to Rajasthan and from the time of Mughal. This kind of pottery is designed in vibrant blue color with light blue in the center. This range of pottery includes dinner sets, flower pots, soap dishes and even trays. They just look so stylish and elegant that artisans have worked hard to maintain its timeless splendor.
Pottery is the measure of a country’s civilization. Being one of the oldest crafts, man has expressed his feelings and his aesthetics in clay. A piece of pottery has a visual message in its shape and colour. It is the most sensual of all arts.
No wonder then that pottery has been called the lyric of handicrafts. Lyrical because of its irresistible and universal appeal. But, it is the association of religion with this art that has given it a deeper significance and another dimension too.
In a warm country like India, with the economy built on agriculture, pots for storage of water and grain were in demand. The Indus valley pottery was mostly decorative. The combination of design, concept and execution made it beautiful.There is evidence of pottery making, both handmade and wheel-thrown, from all over India.