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    Volume 3 Number 2 February 2018

A Review on Craft Work in Present World “With Special Reference to India”

Pages: 9-13
Authors: Towseef Mohi Ud Din, Suheel Ahmad Reshi
Abstract
Since ancient times mankind has been crafting things by hand and keeping the traditional workmanship and knowledge alive by passing on the skills and techniques involved from one generation to the next. In most parts of the world, handicraft is a living tradition of ancient skills handed down and perfected over centuries. Country like India, where culture, rituals and tradition still footing a significant worth and status, crafts work have been able to hold its necessary matter in the form of many meanings, according to folks, societies and organizations. Handicrafts normally represent the hand-made artisan crafts or artisan (goods). Skillful persons produce many kinds of things beginning from consumer goods to attractive things of metal, clay, wood (also bamboo), shells, rock, stone, etc. with the help of traditional tools. These types of articles are called handicrafts due to the fact that these crafted items are fully hand-made deprived of the practice of any modern instrument.

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