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Due to the technological age and Chinese goods, the products made from the soil are not available in the market and in the market. Dynasty Traditional Kumbhar community business has started to decline. Therefore, the potter society is living the life of the negativists. The question of his family’s livelihood has also come to the fore.

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Goregaon: There is no market and demand in the market now, due to the age of technological and Chinese goods. Dynasty Traditional Kumbhar community business has started to decline. Therefore, the potter society is living the life of the negativists. The question of his family’s livelihood has also come to the fore.
The potter community in Gondia district is on a large scale. They can be found in their respective business villages. However, because of the lack of market in the market, they have to sell goods made in the village. Gondia’s Premlal Khopde presented it to Gondiya Today. A grievous question was raised about how to survive and remain in the family due to rising inflation and famine.

Twenty-five years ago there was a huge demand for potter made by potter. To make water for kitchen cooking in the household, it is used for cooking water for bathing. However, today the pottery vessels are replaced by steel and plastic utensils. Around 200 years ago, there was a market of earthen potteries in Gondiya. So it was a harvest day for the Kumbhar community to do little.

At present, the potter community has to buy all kinds of pottery from the soil to the fuel. This is a picture of the young people in the field of pottery, who have turned down their business due to the cost of business and the income earned from them is very low. On the other hand, the potter community was filling their families with the help of making a variety of commodities like Divas, Garangs, Khadar, Mathans, Gulley, Udani, Kundali, Kundi Moth, Paroli, Suri, Murti and selling them in the market for weeks. It is a traditional business of your family and you used to say that you have bought it. Even during the era of modern technology, there was a similar demand in the rural areas. There are days for business to start making idols today. But this is not a business throughout the year. This business runs for six months a year. In other cases, you have to stay tight.
From family to parents, they are all in this business. By working hard all day, the earthen pot has to be transported to the village. But this business has become a decline because of the demand for these pots.

Help from the government

The potter community belongs to the OBC community. This community has recently been trained at Mundra in Bhandara district. In this training, those who were trained were electrically distributed to make the pot of earthenware. The citizens of the society have demanded such a big training in Gondia district.

The demand of clay pants in the wedding ceremony

Even in Hindu culture, there is a demand for clay made from clay in the wedding ceremony. On both sides of the pavilion, on the day of worship, the small utensils (Gadge) as the wedding varieties are the Mangaon of Kalash, Gangar and Maithan. Even though the safe seat has been replaced by fridges, kitchen stools and pan boilers, there is no place for wedding cows in the wedding. Therefore, he will be required in future for the hard work of the pottery community.

The clay was the demand of society

In earlier times there was a huge demand from the village of Kumbhar community. The family of this community should live in the village, for which a special potter family was demanded. The purpose behind this was also to make the pot made by potter community in the village.

Young people of the Kumbhar community are turning to education. Many young people are in government service. It is necessary to turn to other businesses because of the family’s livelihood of pedigree.
-Vaman Varvade, idol artist Goregaon

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