Inda | Pot ring
Location: Dhoj, Faridabad, Haryana
Cultural region: Mewat
Materials: Grass (Straw)
Grass craft technique: Coiling, Weaving
Source: DICRC, India and SADACC, UK
An inda or indi is a ring used to keep pots. An inda is bigger in size than indi. Dried rice stalks were twisted and coiled together to form this pot ring, which was particularly used to keep pots or pitchers upright while churning buttermilk in a rai (churner).