HIGHLIGHTED CORE LEARNING:
The history of blue pottery is as old as time and the technique of using blue glaze on pottery was first developed by the Mongol artisans. They combined Chinese glazing technology with Persian decorative motifs and the art came into India in the 14th century. Until its arrival in India, the blue pottery was used only for decorating palaces, mosques, and tombs in Central Asia. In India, their role changed from being architectural accessories to beautiful pottery items molded on a potter’s wheel and the Mughals are believed to have made them very popular. The trend of the blue pottery reached Jaipur in the 17th century and there is an interesting legend connected with the trail.
MIDDLE SCHOOL: What advantages and disadvantages will arise if Blue Pottery is produced by modern machines?
HIGH SCHOOL: What is culture appropriation and how can we protect our craftsmen?
AGRA FORT: The beautiful structure is another master piece of the Moghul period. It was built by Akbar with red sandstone Later many splendid palaces and other additions were done by Shah Jahan and his successors. The finger print of Shah Jahan can be seen in the use of white marble in the construction of the palaces.
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