Bankura horses are made of natural organic clay using the age-old famous terracotta technique. Produced by the resident artists from the remote villages of Panchmura and nearby locations in the district of Bankura in the state of West Bengal in India, these items flourished all through the world. It has been praised with much appreciation from the other renowned artists for “its elegant stance and unique abstraction of basic values.” Originally used for village rituals through ages, it is now being used to define drawing rooms with newly modern identity. Travellers across the world show interest in such items and choose these handmade crafts as the token of symbols of folk-art which is purely Indian. It is quite appreciated as the emblem of Indian Handicrafts as well as the representative of Bengal art and culture.