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Models being made from clay from the River Hugli in moulds, Kumartuli district, Kolkata, West Bengal, India Stock Photo

Models being made from clay from the River Hugli in moulds, Kumartuli district, Kolkata, West Bengal, India Stock Photo

A teen girl is helping her father in a potter’s village in Mankundu, West Bengal, India. Five years ago, they started the pottery in their home with a small loan from the Co-operative Bank. After making clay pots, they sell them in the local market of Chandanagar. It’s a simple story of a potter’s life. Photograph: Pranab Basak

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A teen girl is helping her father in a potter’s village in Mankundu, West Bengal, India. Five years ago, they started the pottery in their home with a small loan from the Co-operative Bank. After making clay pots, they sell them in the local market of Chandanagar. It’s a simple story of a potter’s life. Photograph: Pranab Basak

Clay Tea Cups arranged in bucket for sale, Kolkata , West Bengal , India.

Clay Tea Cups arranged in bucket for sale, Kolkata , West Bengal , India.

Terracotta Horse from Bankura in West Bengal

Terracotta Horse from Bankura in West Bengal

Sara (painted clay disc) depicting the goddess Durga, riding upon her vehicle, the lion. The pair are shown vanquishing the demon Mahi?asura. Durga is flanked on either side by her children: on her left, Karttikeya and Sarasvati and on her right, Lak?mi and Ga?esa. The plate has a red background and black border. The figures are delineated in white.

Sara (painted clay disc) depicting the goddess Durga, riding upon her vehicle, the lion. The pair are shown vanquishing the demon Mahi?asura. Durga is flanked on either side by her children: on her left, Karttikeya and Sarasvati and on her right, Lak?mi and Ga?esa. The plate has a red background and black border. The figures are delineated in white.

Each terra cotta cup will only be used once for chai in Calcutta, which is beneficial to the impoverished people who make them.

Each terra cotta cup will only be used once for chai in Calcutta, which is beneficial to the impoverished people who make them.

notice that half pot design..

notice that half pot design..

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