Pottery is closely related to Bangali culture. Bangladeshi potters are famous for their fine art works and unique motifs. Nowadays, a lot of people prefer earthenware to decorate their interior in order to create a subtle ambiance.
Road side shops occupy the huge pavements from high court to Shishu Academy where a number of stalls sell huge to tiny décor pieces, jewellery, flower tubs, vases etc. The clay plates and bowls available in here may prove handy during the Pahela Baishakh and other occasions. Also the chimes, bells, pots of various size and shape, glittery huge vases shining in the roadside often tempt the customers more.
Their collections vary a lot as they have some unique products mixed in along with the rather ordinary ones. However, if you take a closer look you may find the more sophisticated, subtle products at a good bargain. Their products may prove to be a value for your money provided you know how to bargain for them. The price range of these products varies depending on your bargaining skill and the product you are opting for.