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This is a quaint pottery studio, where people can go spend days or an amateur can go for 15 mins or 45 mins session to get a feel of pottery!
We did a breif session and the staff was very helpful and good at guiding...More
Shobha Singh Art Gallery is something which has made this place a favourite tourist destination . You can learn clay modelling and hand painting on pottery . The hand painted pottery items are good for collection and for gifting to friends as good souniers.
Trying my hands on a pottery session that too at India’s oldest pottery studio was itself a moment of excitement for me. But before that we were taken to their museum that had some amazing pieces kept brought from the places all around. Besides this,...More
Unlike the name suggests "Andretta Artists Village" this place has nothing much to offer other than learning pottery techniques. It's overall a small clean village. Apart from the Shobha Singh art gallery, which is a much see, this place really has nothing much to offer.
Caught bus out which too too long. Visited art gallery 100 rupee entry, worth seeing. Walked to Andretta pottery and museum. Electricity was out do did not look in museum but could see the showroom. Classes were taking place and I could sit and watch....More
You can see artists work and try making pottery yourself under the supervision and while getting tips from a professional (who probably will not speak English). They have a excellent shop that sells plates, bowls etc, all decorated very beautifully.
This place teaches students from all walks of life to take a course on pottery . Wehnw e reached the place no one even said hello to us and they were all busy doing their pottery . After asking multiple times we were directed to...More
This place is for all those who love clay, ceramics and feel they need to connect to it and create art .
One of the oldest , this place offers workshops , learning sessions , trials to everyone. They Have a small exhibit space and...More
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Sorry, I am writing in late. As stated above by other people, Andretta is approximately 12-14Km from Palampur. I advise a Cab ride to and fro as returning from that place in a local transport can be tricky - they are usually... More
Sorry, I am writing in late. As stated above by other people, Andretta is approximately 12-14Km from Palampur. I advise a Cab ride to and fro as returning from that place in a local transport can be tricky - they are usually not there, or not on time. Andretta Pottery village is a great place to be, and having your own transport will allow you to spend that extra time to enjoy pottery making yourself.