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Terracotta Art of Molela, Rajasthan

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Spread India's Glorious Cultural & Spiritual Heritage

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2 replies on “Terracotta Art of Molela, Rajasthan”

Visit Molela: The most authentic way to purchase these terracotta artworks is by visiting Molela, a village near Nathdwara in Rajasthan. Here, you can meet the artisans, watch them create the plaques, and buy directly from them.

Art and Craft Fairs: Terracotta art from Molela is often featured at major Indian arts and crafts fairs. Events like the Surajkund Crafts Mela near Delhi or the Santa Fe International Folk Art Market in the USA might have these artworks.

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