Like all other handicrafts and crafts, the tradition of pottery making in India is very old. The ancient pottery of a country speaks volumes about its civilization. Pottery is one of those important mediums through which men have expressed their emotions. For thousands of years pottery art has been one of the most beautiful forms of expression. A piece of pottery has a visual message in its shape and color.

Pottery is the most sensual of all arts. In India, we have had a great tradition of pottery making. In fact, being an agricultural country, pots for storage of water and grains were in demand. The real beginning of Indian pottery began with the Indus Valley Civilization and the art of shaping and baking clay articles as pottery, earthenware and porcelain has continued through the ages. While pottery and earthenware are definitely utilitarian and often decorative, porcelain and studio pottery belong to the sphere of art.

In May 2006 pottery making and training centre has established. Here traditional and artistic clay products are produced and marketed. Different types of pottery items are made at this pottery making unit.

There is proof of pottery making, both handmade and wheel-made, from all over India. The craft was well advanced. The same patterns are used here in Pilikula Artisans Village. Rectangular oven for firing the product is in use