Sabhyasha presents an exquisite wall plate that can be mounted in a place of your choice at your home. It is painted with the traditional Pattachitra art that is done in a contrasting shade. The scene depicted in the wall plate shows a lady wearing traditional ornaments.
Terracotta means baked earth, name originated from Latin terra cotta ‘cooked earth’, in its material sense as an earthenware substrate, is a clay-based unglazed or glazed ceramic where the fired body is porous.
This primaeval art form is one of the foremost expressions of the imagination. As per the Hindu religious beliefs, due to the integration of five elements encompassing earth, fire, water, air and space, auspiciousness is embedded in the foundation of this marvel element
The history of this natural element goes back to the era of Indus Valley Civilisation that remained prevalent from 3300 to 1700 BC. The exquisiteness of Terracotta can be grasped from the fact that a myriad of prehistoric Terracotta artefacts had been discovered in India, mainly in the form of deities. Moreover, Terracotta vessels have been unearthed from Archaeological excavations at Harappa civilisation, MohenjoDaro, and many more.
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