Paper-thin Kagzi Pottery from Ramgarh

Alwar is know the world over for Kagzi pottery. Kagzi translates into paper thin and this pottery, that is now famous the world over is extremely lightweight and thin, although quite sturdy. One of its torchbearers is Om Prakash Galav, a fifth generation potter who has been celebrated and awarded for his contribution to terracotta craft.

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