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eco haat set of 51 Traditional Handmade Earthen Clay / Terracotta Decorative Dipawali / Diwali Diya / Oil Lamps for Pooja / Puja to brighten your home this Diwal


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  • Dimension::3*3*3 in cm
  • handmade
  • made in india
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  • on demand set of 11,21,51
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ColorMulti
Item Part Numbersc5015
Primary materialterracotta
Capacity3 x 3
  
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Date First Available6 January 2017
  
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Shriyam Craft is one stop centre of India's Handicrafts.The history of pot manufacturing can be said to be as old human civilisation itself. The human beings, in whatever stage of civilisation, had always needed some sort of pots for eating, drinking or preserving. With the passage of time and progress of civilisation and numerous improvements, innovations and changes have been witnessed in pot manufacturing.The Blue Pottery's origin lies in Iran. If is from there that it gradually spread towards Delhi and Agra through Afghanistan. But presently, seems no comparison of Jaipur Blue Pottery with any other place in the entire word. The credit for development of this art in Jaipur goes to its erstwhile ruler Sawai Ram Singh -II (1835-1880). For about 100 years, the art of Blue Pottery Continued to flourish here. But thereafter, for reasons unknown, this art gradually vanished its entirety.


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