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Cottage industry is the process of making small quantities of products at home.  Through cottage industries, the tradition, culture and history of abhaman Bengal came to light.  So it is a traditional industry of Bangladesh.  Cottage industries are also called handicrafts, handicrafts, amateur handicrafts, rural industries.
 According to the Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation an industry which is fully or partially run by a member of the same family and the family artisan is engaged in part-time or full-time production and in which more than 10 persons are powered and powered.  If the machine is not used, more than 20 artisans will not be engaged in production, so the cottage industry.  According to the Industrial Policy 2010, "Cottage industries are those industries where the value of fixed assets, excluding land and factories, is less than Rs.
 History of cottage industry
 The cottage industry in Bengal started with the production of world famous muslin cloth.  From the Mughal period to the British Empire, textile production was the main cottage industry in the region.  After partition, cottage industry production and import-export declined.  The East Pakistan Small and Cottage Industries Corporation was established in 1958 by a government law.  After the war of liberation, the East Pakistan Small and Cottage Industries Corporation was reorganized and renamed as 'Bangladesh Small and Cottage Industries Corporation
 Different types of cottage industries

 Pottery: Pottery includes various earthen dolls, statues of gods and goddesses, household items, clay sculptures, tiles, hobby pots, manasaghats and vases.  Notable pottery villages of Bangladesh are located at Bijoypur in Comilla, Madanpura in Patuakhali, Champaknagar in Feni, Kartikpur in Shariatpur and Rayer Bazar in Dhaka.

 Textile industry: Indigenous textile industry includes sari, lungi, dhoti, towel, mosquito net, towel, etc.  Traditional textiles of Bangladesh include tribal textiles, muslin, jamdani, muslin Toroyo sari, Pabna sari, Tangail sari, katan, silk cloth, khaddar cloth etc.

 Jute industry: Jute is used to make scarves, table mats, chess pieces, carpets, fancy handbags, bags etc.  These products are known as jute products.

 Bamboo-cane industry: The bamboo and cane industry of Bangladesh usually makes bamboo cane materials, fences, mats, fishing traps, hand fans, wrappers, sofasets, table mats, wall mats, trays, vases, canopies etc.

 Shitalpati: Shitalpati is one of the traditional handicrafts of Bangladesh.  It is basically a kind of mat where the nature, form and beauty of the abhaman village of Bengal is enhanced through handicrafts.

 Jewelry industry: One of the choices of women in Bangladesh is a variety of handmade jewelry items.  These include Sinthi Jhapa, Kane Kanpasha, Hiram Mul Kuri, Jhumka, Navaratna and Chakrabali, Nake Beshar Nath, Furfuri, Neck Flower, Sitahar, Satnarihar, Champakali, Mohanmala, Hate Taga, Maduli Bazar Mantasha, Ratnachour,  Scorpion on the waist, Chandrahar Kindhini feet, Jhajhura Payal, Tora etc.

 Bronze-brass industry: In Dhamrai, Savar, Chapainawabganj of Dhaka, Islampur of Jamalpur, Rangpur, Tangail and Shariatpur, various daily use items of bronze and brass have been made as a family industry.
 Nakshi kantha: Various types of nakshi kantha have been made in this country since ancient times, which has now become a lucrative industry.  There are basically three types of nakshi kantha made in this country: painted kantha, matikantha and pied kantha.
Madhutila Modh  under the Ministry of Environment and Forests with about one hundred hectares of hilly forest in Sameshchura bit of Madhutila range under Nalitabari upazila of Bangladesh-India border at a distance of 30 km from Sherpur district town of greater Mymensingh.  With its modern facilities, Madhutila Ecopark has opened the door of entertainment for the beauty-loving people by attracting domestic and foreign tourists.  Madhutila Ecopark, located at a distance of 20 km from Nalitabari upazila bordering Sherpur district, is a unique tourist destination.  There are innumerable small and big hills like Nijhum Island.  Next to it is the Tura hills of the Indian state of Meghalaya, two and a half kilometers away.  To maintain the balance of Madhutila biodiversity, Madhutila Ecopark is being constructed at Samashchura by cutting down trees in the deep forest.  The natural beauty of the ecopark, which is rich in portraits of various creatures, and the innumerable hilly surroundings, big and small, are truly delightful.  Surrounded by natural beauty, Sameshchura Forest Beat Madhutila is an interesting place of recreation.  What's in the Madhutila Ecopark
 Fifteen acres of ornamental and rare species afforestation are among the tourist facilities.  Twenty acres of forest land includes medicinal plantations, resthouses and homes.  A state-of-the-art rest house with four rooms is under construction.  There are 2 hands, 2 tigers, mermaid, eagle, Hanuman, owl, snake, crocodile, deer, kangaroo, frog, lion as sculptures or portraits of different wild animals.  Infrastructure works include observation tower, 1 star bridge, public toilet, seating area.  There are 3 paddle boats and 5 native boats for navigating and using the water of the lake.  The ecopark is currently open to visitors.  Crowds are constantly growing to visit the tourist center for free.  Many are enjoying endless joy in a quiet environment free of noise.  Leaving the hustle and bustle of the city, Pipasura is coming from all over the country, including Dhaka, every day to see the alluring natural beauty.  Mountain after hill wandering.  There is a huge range for recreation.

 Follow the road to the left of the Madhutila Ecopark Gate to the observation tower.  It is built on a high hill.  Standing on the observation tower you will enjoy the fun, quiet-silence of nature.  Like a frozen window.  Everywhere is like a kingdom of green.  You will see the rugged hills of the Indian state of Meghalaya located a little further away.  Valuable and rare plant.  The main gate of the ecopark is the sculpture of the wild elephant in Peru.  It seems to be standing in reality.  If you take a few steps, you will see a virgin mermaid in the corner of the lake and 3 paddle boats and 5 native boats in the water of the lake.  The water of the mountain springs has come and mixed with the water of the lake.  To the right of the culvert is a stationery shop with light snacks, tea and coffee.  A little further on is the picturesque Star Bridge, built on the water of the lake.  Hundreds of people can stand together and enjoy a picnic.  There is an artificial crocodile next to it.  It will look real.  After that, sculptures of various animals will be seen in a wide area from time to time.  There is seating in place.  The steep road cut through the high hills has been made to go to the resthouse.  In the middle row of the notched paved road suitable for private-micro walk, there is a work of art with stones of different colors so that the feet do not slip.  And if you stand from top to bottom, you will feel the rows of flowers.  There are portraits of biodiversity on both sides.  When you look at the sculptures, it will look like a perfect picture of the artist's hand.  Standing on the curved stairs of the resthouse, one can enjoy the enchanting environment of nature.  Looking at the high and low hills, it seems that there is a stream of water and below it is a lake.  In fact, they are the way to climb the mountain.  Turn around and rest in the resthouse.  Enjoy the modern facilities of the resthouse.  Then after eating and drinking, go out again from hill to hill, to another hill.  Biodiversity, wildlife sculptures, and nature combine to capture images on camera.  If you have time to return, you can go to the nearest Burmese mission or Christian mission.  It is also known as an interesting place of interest in the district.  Very close to Madhutila is Ghajini Holiday Center, one of the major tourist destinations in the greater district, which is already known as a state-of-the-art tourist destination across the country.  How to go
 Private cars, macrobuses, minibuses and big buses can be taken directly from Dhaka to the tourist center Madhutila Ecopark.  There are also Dreamland, Turag, Anand or other services from Mohakhali bus terminal to Sherpur.  They can be rented for 90 to 140 rupees and come to Sherpur in a maxi-taxi or pickup van to go directly to Madhutila Ecopark or picnic spot for about 30 km.  Where to eat
 You will find mineral water, drinks, tea, coffee, stationery and food in the shops of the spot area.  But since no fast food or heavy food can be found there, you have to take it with food of your choice.  You can also cook or go to the spot and arrange cooking with the permission of the Range Office adjacent to the spot.  Where to stay
 You can come back from Dhaka day by day.  However, if you wish, you can stay in Sherpur city for one night.  There are several quality hotels in Sherpur,