As this square is just a few short blocks from the Durbar Square, it is worth the short walk, but you won't need to spend more than 15 or 20 minutes there.
It's main interest are the vast numbers of different styles of pottery vessels being made, and left to dry out in the sun. The differing colours of the clay are attractive, and as it may be a dying craft, great to get a glimpse before it's gone for good, to be replaced with cheap plastic junk!
Also of interest, are the locals going about their daily lives, like bathing and hair washing, and the neighbourhood goats and chickens scrounging through the rubbish looking for morsels to eat!
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