Pottery Square is a point into the Badgang Duba Square, watching the Nepalese elderly diligently take out the finished pottery blanks to bask in the sun, the sun shines on the pottery bowl also shines on the old man's face, that simple, pure. Let a person Peng Ran heart, voice left, into which the image reflected in the mind, the picture is so beautiful and clear, the happiness of life is just like this!
1. One of the three main squares in Baktapur; 2. There are three important temples, namely the famous Nyatapola Temple, Bhairavnath Mandir and Tilmadhav Narayan Temple; 3. Personally, it feels more beautiful and magnificent than Duba Square; 4. Tickets are the pass that Duba Square bought without extra payment, if you don't. If we go to the main entrance, there will be no cost of this time.
There is a ceramics square in Badgang, where all kinds of pottery are on the ground for sale, beside which are some shacks made by craftsmen on the spot. Ceramics are mainly pots and pots. Visitors here will choose to take pictures as a souvenir. There's an upstairs eating place around. Yogurt is super delicious.
At lunch on the second floor of a restaurant in the center of Badgang Durba Square, when you look down, you can see the ground around the square, which is densely paved with many pottery pots. Here is Badgang Pottery Square. It used to be the largest manufacturer of traditional pottery in Badgang; it used to be a busy pottery trading place; its centuries of pottery making history reflects a traditional state around Duba Square. Only with the change of the times, the traditional pottery with simple shape is no longer loved and used by the local people, and the pottery paved on the square may be more just a promotion of traditional culture and tourism culture. It's normal for someone to ask about the charge when you lift the camera.
Nepal's students, no matter where they are, whether in poor or wealthy areas, wear beautiful and handsome school uniforms, which are usually very British. Then they have very short classes, and they come to the ancient city for sports or any other classes. Living in SUNNY guest house, very good location, located in Taumadi Square, early in the morning will ring the bell of Christian prayer, more than three o'clock in the morning, every other minute will ring, there is no way to sleep steadily. Dawn just dawned, pushed open the window, found that the square gathered a lot of pottery sellers, there is a large group of pigeons looking for food, silk ray of sunshine projected down, quiet and distant.
Friends used to go to see pottery, but the scenery is better.
It is said that 70% of Nepal's ceramics come from the pottery square, which is the only one in the city that does not have the Royal temperament. It is a fair where potters gather. There are many pottery shops outside the square. I like the rough and simple pottery. Some pottery pots were laid out in the square. Several Potters were drying and carrying them. There were embryo making and flower painting in the low lintel. I also bought some small pottery as a souvenir.
The traditional Nepalese pottery making techniques can be seen in the Pottery Square in Badgang Duba Square, and the desired pottery can also be purchased. There are some pottery artists in the square making and drying various kinds of pottery, the scene is very spectacular, so this is also a favorite place for photography enthusiasts. Our lunch was eaten in the dining room beside the Pottery Square. From the carved windows upstairs, we could see all kinds of neatly discharged pottery. The square and its surroundings were full of semi-finished pottery and idle people, enjoying the sunshine together.