In the Sabarkantha district of Gujarat, in the town of Poshina, is where you will see the finest display of terracotta work in Gujarat. Thousands of terracotta horses stand in rows in a tribal shrine in Poshina, as offerings to the local Goddess. Nearby, the surrounding villages have similar carved horses. The local people offer these figures to their deity and pray for good health, prosperity and luck. The tribes folk of the villages pride themselves in their delicate creations. The potters are called kumhars and the horses and other figures like elephants that they create have become common fixtures in gardens. From a little village in Gujarat, the craft has spread far and wide. You’ll find these traditional terracotta sculptures in households all over the world.