The craftsmanship of Moradabad’s artisans is characterized by intricate designs, meticulous detailing, and a profound understanding of metallurgy. Techniques passed down through generations have been honed and adapted, blending traditional methods with modern innovations to meet contemporary tastes and demands.

The heritage brass industry encompasses a wide array of products, including utensils, sculptures, lamps, and ornamental pieces. Each item reflects the artisan’s dedication to quality and aesthetics, often showcasing motifs inspired by Indian culture, flora, fauna, and geometric patterns.

The craft was initially practiced by the thateras of the Jandiala Guru community.  There are six basic steps for making any Brass product:

  • Mould making,
  • Melting,
  • Casting,
  • Scraping,
  • Engraving &
  • Polishing.

 During the 1980s, the sector expanded to include metals including brass, iron, and aluminum. This expansion brought new technologies like Electroplating, lacquering, and powder coating to the handicraft industry. The industry stands as a shining example of India’s rich cultural heritage and artistic legacy. Its timeless creations not only adorn homes and spaces but also serve as a testament to the enduring spirit of craftsmanship that continues to thrive amidst changing and challenging times.

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