RELEASEって何? ソーシャルメディア RELEASE
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Satkhira Nagarghata Palpara is made of soil
121観覧   2020-06-09
Akash | 7 購読者
121観覧   2020-06-09
Pottery has acquired an impeccable form of thousands of years of history, culture and heritage of Bangladesh. Every country in the world has its own art and culture. The country or nation is known for its art and culture. One is the contribution of a country or a nation behind the expansion of an industry. Bangladesh is a land of diversity. Thousands of cultures have been observed in this country since time immemorial. An example of which is 'pottery'.


Bangladesh has a rich tradition of pottery. The embodiment of that tradition is the Kumar class professionals. The Kumar class of this country belongs to the Hindu community, known as Pala. They have been doing this for generations. 'Mud' means soil and 'art' means beautiful creative objects. That is why handicrafts made of clay are called 'pottery'. Kumars do all the work that dazzles the eye with their impossible artistic skills and hidden beauty in their minds. This industry is one of the oldest and one of the industries in Bangladesh. These earthenware artefacts include pots, pans, jugs, vessels, khanda, flower tubs, vases, animals, bird figures, bowls, dabur-matki, idols, earthen banks, show-pieces, cake-making molds, Various toys. The main material of this industry is soil. In the past, the value of earthenware made by the skilled craftsmen of the village was much higher. This eco-friendly art could adorn every house in the village.
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