The artisans of this product is based from the Asharikandi Cluster of the Dhubri district. ASHARIKANDI is popularly known as the ‘terracotta village of Assam’. Asharikandi situated 2,500 km east of pre historic Harappan civilization, but provides an evidence of an intangible and unbroken link of terracotta heritage of the prehistoric sites of Indus Valley Civilization. Hundred years old modern terracotta craft of Asharikandi is undergoing constant changes and facing a lot of challenges on its daily basis.
|City Of Origin||Dhubri|
|State Of Origin||Assam|
|Department||Home and Decor|
|Dimension in Inches||8X5X12|
|Beneficiaries||Hawakhana Cluster's SHG|
|Brand||Hawakhana Cluster Level Federation|
Based on the concept of mythological flying horse. A great home decor and a gift to present. Made of terracotta having a mix of taste with Indus Valley Civilisation. The orogin of the product is from the Asharikandi cluster of the Dhubri district, which is popularly known as the Terracotta village of Assam. This antique item will be the center of attraction in any home decor. The traditional artisans used to supply their products to the Zamindari families of Gauripur, thus it is believed to have its roots and culture nurtured through the Gauripur royal traditions and culture.