Handicrafts are generally called handicrafts. These products can be easily made with some simple ingredients with the help of yourself and family members. There are some handicraft products that have some features. The source of these features is the social and cultural heritage of a region or country or the special production techniques of the artisans. The important industries of early and medieval Bengal were handicrafts and cottage industries. Weaving, metallurgy, jewelery, especially ornaments made of silver, woodwork, cane and bamboo work, pottery and pottery were famous as handicrafts.
History has it that the muslin cloth of the Gangetic basin reached as far as the Roman and Greek empires. Chinese and Arab tourists also knew about the high quality cotton and silk fabrics produced in Bengal. From the sixteenth century onwards, Bengal's high-quality hand-woven garments, high-quality ivory, silver and other metallic handicrafts were also admired by the Mughal court. The Mughal emperors patronized artisans. They hired the artisan community to make decorations and gifts. In the early days of Mughal rule, skilled craftsmen were encouraged to move from one place to another and were given additional patronage. They made rare and high quality gifts for the court of the emperor of Delhi. Handicrafts became widespread as the ruling class and the aristocracy used all these products. Craftsmen play the most important role in making handicrafts. They mainly worked for their acquaintances and this is why there was a noticeable personal taste and sincerity in the products they produced.
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