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The significance of terracotta cottage industry in the socio-economic livelihood of people- a case study of bankura terracotta craft hub

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Pinki Mandal Sahoo, Prakriti Joddar, Sushama Biswas and Biplab Sarkar
Subject Area: 
Social Sciences and Humanities
Abstract: 

Bankura district is famous as a hub of small cottage industries in West Bengal, and “terracotta” cottage industry plays a great role in this sector. Terracotta cottage industry is originated in Panchmura village of Taldangra block adjacent to Bishnupur block of Bankura district and the market area of terracotta products mainly located in Bishnupur municipality (ward no. 2&3). Various types of Terracotta artworks are being manufactured in this village like terracotta horse, Manasha jhar (Hanging clay lamps), doll, women’s water pot, the tribal art, models of monkey, cat, astray flower vase, horse, ganesh (Hindu God), incense sticks stand, and Terracotta jewellery etc. Every members of the family join into this profession including the children. The economic condition of the potters of Panchmura village and the people dependent on the terracotta industry in the Bishnupur Municipality is not so healthy. As the production cost is very high than the labour cost, the producers could not be benefitted. Another reason of this backward condition is the presence of “Middle Man”. The middle men purchase the handicrafts from producers at a very low rate and sell it in the market at profitable cost. This is very much unsatisfactory to the producers. In recent times to increase the interest on this profession and to make alive of these traditional artworks, the state government, state craft’s council and central government issue many awards, organize numerous exhibitions and grants aid to terracotta cottage industry for encouraging and helping the producers. As a result the producers get motivated and interested to make new design terracotta handicrafts to get recognition in the world market.

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