My Childhood Was Filled With Astonishing, Yet Functional Pottery

During my childhood, when I lived in Karachi, the then-capital city of Pakistan, every household had an open area at its centre called "sahen." This was surrounded by a boundary wall but had no rooftop.

The sahen served as a multi-purpose area for the entire family. In the morning the ladies of the house would use it to receive visitors from the neighbourhood, chatting over a cup of tea, chopping vegetables, sewing clothes, while carrying on with other household chores. The place also...

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