‘The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step’ – Chinese Proverb

The journey of Mudita Crafts has begun with a single, small step as well. It is a journey towards believing in our vision, fulfilling our goals and realizing our objectives.

Mudita, a word originally from the ancient languages of Pali and Sanskrit, means pure joy that is unadulterated with any self-interest and is derived from the good fortune of others. Mudita has great significance in Buddhism and is one of the four states of mind or the ‘Four Immeasurables’ which are known as the ‘Brahma Vihara’.

Read more →

The word ‘terracotta’ has been derived from the Latin phrase “terra cocta”, which means ‘baked earth’. Terracotta can be simple defined as clay based earthenware. It is something that we see everywhere. From the roadside tea shop to the flower pots in our balconies, it is part of our daily lives.

Terracotta craft is more or less the same as its name. It refers to the art of shaping clay into beautiful designs and then baking them at high temperature, to grant them stiffness and stability.

Simple as it may sound and common as it might be, the history and tradition of terracotta is amazingly rich and grand.

Read more →

Go Top