Clay relief work of Kutch can be seen in the meticulous execution of circular huts or bhunga in the region. Composed of clay or bamboo chips plastered with a mixture of clay and dung called lipan, these huts have wooden based thatched roofs. Other structures such as large storage granaries called Kotholo, large storage for valuables and clothes called Sanjiro, cylindrical grain storage called Kothi, seat for babies called dhadablo, clay stand called utroni, portable hearth called chula, clay platforms called paniyara, platforms on which the storage bins are placed called pedlo etc are constructed. Decoration elements can be seen on walls, alcoves, plinths, shelves and windows etc. the process is carried out using brushes made from branches of the baval tree.