ECO FRIENDLY (GI)

  • CHETTINAD KOTTAN
  • BLUE POTTERY OF JAIPUR
  • KHURJA POTTERY
  • KASHMIR PAPER MACHIE
  • MOLELA CLAY WORK
  • NIZAMABAD BLACK POTTERY
  • SIKKI GRASS WORK OF BIHAR
  • BANKURA PANCHMURA TERRACOTTA CRAFT
  • PURULIA CHHAU MASK
  • THANJAVUR DOLL
  • BRASS BROIDERED COCONUT SHELL CRAFTS OF KERALA
  • THIRUKANNUR PAPIER MACHE CRAFT
  • ALLEPPEY COIR
  • PATTAMADAI PAI (PATTAMADAI MATS)
  • MADURKATHI
  • SCREW PINE CRAFTS OF KERALA
  • GORAKHPUR TERRACOTTA

Like all other handicrafts and crafts, the tradition of pottery making, grass crafts, paper machie, clay crafts and masks in India is very old. The ancient pottery of a country speaks volumes about its civilization. Pottery is one of those important mediums through which men have expressed their emotions. For thousands of years pottery art has been one of the most beautiful forms of expression. A piece of pottery has a visual message in its shape and color. The art of making items from sikki grass is an ancient one in the province of Bihar.