Tharu women struggling with financial constraints

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The craft business has come to a standstill due to corona infection, earnings are burdened for two years due to corona
Paliyakalan. The handicrafts of the tribal tribe of the Tharu region have done good business in a few years at handicraft festivals, but due to the lack of an exhibition, stand and festival during the Corona period, the women of the Tharu region are facing a financial crisis.
Women of the tribal tribe Tharu area handicrafts under bags, cell phone cases, caps, paper stands, magazine bags, wall hanging bags, notch, flower pots, slippers and bread baskets, flower baskets, dalias, dalwas, bed sheets from hand loom, pillow maker hand fans, traditional Tharu clothes, embedder Sarees, suit borders, bandanavars, needle thread and bamboo ghoghi, hand fans, wooden posts and hammocks, etc.
In the past two years, these women have faced a lot of financial crises during the Corona period. Due to the lack of a market for these products, the organization of festivals, exhibitions, trade fairs etc. is completely closed during the Corona period. It is said that previous festivals and fairs made good money by putting up stalls, but two years from now, revenues were negatively impacted.
Big cities used to earn money, now everything is closed
Aarti Rana said that due to the fact that festivals, exhibitions and trade fairs were not held during the Corona period, her income would also be affected. The local demand for the products is low. In such a situation, their products are more sold outside.
Sahbania says Tharu is bringing women’s craft into the mainstream, but in the absence of a better market and Corona, the work of handicrafts has been badly affected. The products are also not sold.
Kishan Kumari says she makes good carpets and bouquets that people praise, but the buyer hasn’t burst into tears. Buyers live in big cities that do not come into the villages. Festivals and stands did not even take place during the Corona period.
Parvati Rana says that carpets, pots, etc. are made, but Corona has influenced a lot. There is no demand for the rest of the goods during the Corona period. Trade fairs and spectacles have been closed for two years. Problems arise due to the unavailability of a market.

The craft business has come to a standstill due to corona infection, earnings are burdened for two years due to corona

Paliyakalan. The handicrafts of the tribal tribe of the Tharu region have done good business in a few years at handicraft festivals, but due to the lack of an exhibition, stand and festival during the Corona period, the women of the Tharu region are facing a financial crisis.

Women of the tribal tribe Tharu area handicrafts under bags, cell phone cases, caps, paper stands, magazine bags, wall hanging bags, notch, flower pots, slippers and bread baskets, flower baskets, dalias, dalwas, bed sheets from hand loom, pillow maker hand fans, traditional Tharu clothes, embedder Sarees, suit borders, bandanavars, needle thread and bamboo ghoghi, hand fans, wooden posts and hammocks, etc.

In the past two years, these women have faced a lot of financial crises during the Corona period. Due to the lack of a market for these products, the organization of festivals, exhibitions, trade fairs etc. is completely closed during the Corona period. It is said that previous festivals and fairs made good money by putting up stalls, but two years from now, revenues were negatively impacted.

Big cities used to earn money, now everything is closed

Aarti Rana said that due to the fact that festivals, exhibitions and trade fairs were not held during the Corona period, her income would also be affected. The local demand for the products is low. In such a situation, their products are more sold outside.

Sahbania says Tharu is bringing women’s craft into the mainstream, but in the absence of a better market and Corona, the work of handicrafts has been badly affected. The products are also not sold.

Kishan Kumari says she makes good carpets and bouquets that people praise, but the buyer hasn’t burst into tears. Buyers live in big cities that do not come into the villages. Festivals and stands did not even take place during the Corona period.

Parvati Rana says that carpets, pots, etc. are made, but Corona has influenced a lot. There is no demand for the rest of the goods during the Corona period. Trade fairs and spectacles have been closed for two years. Problems arise due to the unavailability of a market.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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