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Hand-painted Marble Plate - Radha Krishna Standing

Hand-painted Marble Plate - Radha Krishna Standing

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Hand-painted Marble Plate - Ganesha Sitting

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Semi Precious Stone Jade Ganesh statue

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Three Monkey Of Mahatma Gandhi Fine Carved Wood Handicraft

Three Monkey Of Mahatma Gandhi Fine Carved Wood Handicraft

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Marble coaster set with Blue Flower design

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Wooden Gandhi Statue

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Handcrafted Wooden Sleeping Buddha

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Terracotta Art in India – A Brief History and Various Forms

Terracotta Art in India is as old as the Indus Valley Civilization. The art was actually flourishing in the times of Indus Valley Civilization. Terracotta Art in India is a form of clay art of the Indian continent. Various excavations at different times at Mohenjodaro and Harappa sites have unearthed various terracotta items in the form of figures and figurines. Talking about Terracotta figures, in India we usually find a ritualistic aspect associated with it. Because of this we find many terracotta figures of various deities are used in a number of auspicious occasions for various rituals.

In fact, terracotta art in India also encompasses a mystical element because it amazingly includes the five fundamental elements like air, fire, earth, water and ether. Terracotta art is an integral and inseparable constituent of Indian culture and heritage. A very good thing about Terracotta art in India is this that the art form has survived and flourished despite many hardships. There were many other art forms which perished in course of time.