POTTERY

V.N. Ramadass use clay known as 'ballclay' to produce high quality pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass use clay known as ‘ballclay’ to produce high quality pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass use clay known as 'ballclay' to produce high quality pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass use clay known as ‘ballclay’ to produce high quality pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass check the pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass check the pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass check the pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass check the pottery at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass stacking pottery before dried under sunlight at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass stacking pottery before dried under sunlight at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

A worker using wheelbarrows to bring pottery outside to dry under sunlight at pottery factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

A worker using wheelbarrows to bring pottery outside to dry under sunlight at pottery factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

A worker stacking pottery outside to dry under sunlight at pottery factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

A worker stacking pottery outside to dry under sunlight at pottery factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass wife do final checks on the finished pottery before being sent to the seller at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

V.N. Ramadass wife do final checks on the finished pottery before being sent to the seller at his factory outside Kuala Lumpur on 26 October, 2013. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Picture shows the father V.N. Ramadass is making pottery at his factory. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

Picture shows the father V.N. Ramadass is making pottery at his factory. V.N. Ramadass inherited the art and technique of making pottery since the age of 12 from his father who was an immigrant from India. He took over the company to make pottery from his father after finishing school in 1965 to pursue his father efforts are very interested in the art of pottery, VN Ramadas is the second generation to continue the tradition of pottery business his family operated for more than 60 years ago. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

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