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Tea Talks (Classic Blue)

Conversation starters for your autumn evening chai,
when the chilly wind touches your face and your fingers touch the warmth of this kulhad.

The Origin

Over twenty crore people in the large state of Uttar Pradesh.

One lakh eleven thousand people in the small city of Khurja.

And 1 man sits relentlessly every day to create magnificent works of art.

Our artisan Hari Bhai is the creator of this collection. He works out of his backyard and shares his bhatti ( the container in which all the ceramics are baked to strengthen them) with 4 other potters.

Hari Bhai works to create magic and love in with his own two hands.

Whenever he meets anyone new, he tells them how lucky he feels to be doing what he does

"Hum mitti se bane hain,

Mitti se banate hain,

Mitti pe kalakari karte hain

Aur akhir mein

Mitti mein mil jayenge

Har kisi ka itna accha Bhagya nahin hota"

Which means, "I'm made of the earth,

I create things from this earth,

I pour out my creativity on the earth,

and in the end, I will become one with this earth.

Not everyone in this world is as lucky as I am."


What makes it special: Made from a combination of Clay, White Quartz, Sand and Glass. Prints using the hot tatoo technique

Material: Stoneware/Ceramic

Nos: 2 Kulhads & 1 Tray

Kulhad: 7 cm x 7 cm x 8 cm, Platter: 20 cm x 11.5 cm x 3 cm 

Weight: 970 gm.

Care instructions: Wash with mild detergents. Do not use abrasive material.

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