This special form of Indian terracotta are formed with locally obtainable dusty textured clay. The complexion molds are made in various shapes and are backed in kiln. afterward these clay wares are bathed with crushed vegetable matter and are rubbed with mustard oil. They're decorated with flowery and geometric patterned patterns applying edgy sprays. They're smog fired with rice cocoons in enclosed kilns which gives its unique bright black shell. They're again rubbed with oil and fired in kiln. The grooves on clay wares are also charged with steely powder of Zinc and Mercury, bathed with water and polished again. The silver dust gives dazzling hue against black background of clay. The diversity of ménage and ornamental particulars are made including vases, plates, pots, lights, tea- pots, coliseums, vessels, incense stick holders and statues of Hindu mythology art. Surahi, a lengthy- necked water pot, is a famous item.