Andretta Pottery is run by Mansimran “Mini” Singh, son of famous potter Gurcharan Singh. Andretta Pottery and Craft Society was started in 1983. It is situated between the old Shuahk hills and the towering range of the Dholadhar Himalaya. As well as being a production studio pottery making attractively designed earthen slipware.
Andretta Pottery and Craft Society run a Tourist Advice Centre (TAC) to collate and provide detailed information about the surrounding area. The centre includes a craft shop selling mainly Himachali products a cafeteria, an information room and an area for a proposed camping site.
Half way between the villages of Panchrukhi and Andretta, is a newly renovated house catering for tourists and the local population it is called the Tourist advisory centre or TAC. The centre is run by the Andretta Pottery and Crafts Society under the auspices of the Department of Tourism Himachal Pradesh. It is hoped that tourists may become better informed about the lesser known and very beautiful Kangra valley. This new venture provides various facilities. The staff of TAC are eager to learn from the experience of travellers who have journeyed around Himachal.
Kms : 15 KMS
Duration : 40 MIN. Drive from Taragarh Palace
POTTERY CLASES : 850/-
INNOVA : INR 2,000/- plus Service tax 15%
Small Cab : INR 1,500/- plus Service tax plus 15%
GUIDE : INR 2,500/- plus Service Tax 15 %