Zishta Manipur Black Pottery Water Mug

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Estimated delivery date between 03-Jun-2022 to 05-Jun-2022

About Zishta Manipur Black Pottery Water Mug

  • Traditionally these Mugs were used in NE to serve beverages and the stone keeps the chilness intact for long duration. 
  • The key usage of these Mugs is to serve locally made rice based beverages and these jugs are standard accessories for serving the same. 
  • "Loree Hamlei", the local name for stone pottery of Manipur is a traditional cookware which is used by the local community even today. The clay used is obtained by crushing and mixing of two types of rocks that are locally found in the region.
  • Zishta Manipur black pottery cookware is aesthetically appealing, gives a unique flavour and aroma to the food cooked, retains heat for longer, cooks without burning food and kills harmful germs. 
  • These are products that are available in limited quantities.  We do not accept returns or exchange of the products listed in this category.

Product Specifications

Weight (GRAMS)Diameter In CMCapacity (ML)Height In CM
40 8.9 400 ML


Traditional Value Score !  97%


All our products are handcrafted and this results in each product being unique and slightly different from each other and therefore will have minor variations on dimensions & weight.

  • North East Region has always been a very difficult region to access and the unique traditions of the region has not reached other parts of the country for a very long time.
  • Due to the terrain and immense forest cover, the communities were extremely adaptable and use available material which has become an integral part of their traditions.
  • The black pottery is a traditional cookware of the NE region and have been part of many traditional homes for generations. 
  • The technique of this art is said to be handed down from the Neolithic period. A unique feature of this craft is that it is crafted without a potter’s wheel.
  • It is made out of crushed Serpentinite and Weathered rocks (from the Longpi region) which are powdered in a wooden and bamboo vessel & mixed with water to make clay. 
  • The clay is moulded to pots and pan shape and then put to the kiln at 900 degrees celsius.
  • When the pots and pans are ready, they are rubbed with the Chirona leaf which renders the cookware black.
  • The stone pottery of Manipur is not only aesthetically appealing but also boasts of several interesting benefits:
  • Weathered rock contains naturally occurring Iron which in turn provides iron supplements to the food cooked in it. 
  • They can be used directly for heating water on gas and microwave.
  • While the pots are excellent for high and low flame cooking, they are particularly known for their property for cooking food for hours without burning it.
  • They are breakable products: Please handle with care!
  • They are pre-treated and can be used directly on gas stove or microwave oven
  • The pots without the canes can be used in oven. Do not use pots with canes in the oven.
  • Wash them normally with regular dish washing liquid. Avoid steel scrubber.
  • The black colour is derived from the treatment given to the baked cookware using Chirona/ Machee Leaves. The base stone colour is reddish black and with usage, spotting of red colour of base rock happens.
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