Sanskriti Museum of Indian Terracotta is dedicated to the cause of promoting the skills and talents of local artists and offers a vast repository of an amazing collection of terracotta art and craft. Terracota art is believed to be the first creative representation of civilization and is a functional form of art –aptly celebrated through the exhibits, exhibitions and events of the Sanskriti Museum of Indian Terracotta. If you are looking for an exhaustive range of terracotta exhibits and want to feast your eyes on some of the best in the world, then head towards the sprawling precincts of this much noted sightseeing location in theDelhi. From earthen pots known for storing drinking water to giant-sized equestrian figures attributed to the deities of the rural Aiyyanar cult—this venue has it all.
If you are aware of some of the “earthy” aspects of art and culture in India, then you would also know that terracotta is one of the most common materials used by creative artisans –all across the continent. This form of art bears rich testimony to the diversity and ancient traditions of Indian craftsmen and the rural population alike. Along with being a popular art form, terracotta art is also a stoic expression of the social practices and culture of India. So, are you ready to enjoy the various attractions of Sanskriti Museum of Indian Terracotta?
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