The workmanship seems to have started in Delhi under the central craftsman, by the Hindu Kumhar called Bhola. It appears to be plausible that its creation emerged from a craving to rival the imported containers, known as martabans, which came to Delhi as far as possible from the fortification of that name on the bank of Burma. one of the understudies of Bhola was initiated to join the School of Art, Jaipur, prompting the enormous interest for Jaipur ceramics. The likeness in shape and material is striking. From the beginning, the plans and shading embraced by the Delhi potter were firmly Hindu in character, however later on, they turned out to be considerably more Muhammadan and comprised of rich shades of light blue (at times green additionally) on a granular yet unadulterated white surface.