Posted on April 19, 2008
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13 responses to “Inspiration Pakistan: The Potter of Saidpur”

  1. Watan Aziz says:

    While watching the white-haired Rahim Dad turn a lump of clay into a beautiful piece of pottery in front of my eyes with such ease and speed, I couldn’t help but wonder if God had created man also on a Potter’s wheel.

    But the question is, what material was used for the potter’s wheel by her?

    Go figure!

  2. Adnan Ahmad says:

    Time comes to a standstill looking at Rahim Dad, his white hair , his hard working hands and his surroundings. The picture is a story in itself.

    About MQ’s comment on govt. possibly turning the place into an other commercial food street, what’s up with this food street culture in the country? A nation obsessed with chiken tikka. This is an other way to look at the priorities in the country.

  3. Rafay Kashmiri says:

    @ Qalanderi mein, jo rehtah hay Khatra unko,
    Kehein Adam say bach ne ja’aiy, bechari Hawa

    (Allah SWT is the only CREATOR )

    Potter’s wheel ho, ya deal unki, siyyasat ki,
    Tootay ga wohi, putla jo hoga, uski mitti ka
    Rafay Kashmiri