The slow death of artisanal professions.
Culture by Prabhat SinghAug 12, 2019
They are the last
generation practising the old traditions, be it a craft or a set of skills
which were once indispensable but have lost their relevance now. They know that
change is inevitable but so far they have resisted. This project aims to
narrate the stories of artisans who have practised their trade for generations
but are now on the verge of extinction.
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is a photographer who landed in a newsroom and reported and edited newspapers in India for more than three decades. He has studied Tharu traditions and culture, and has authored four books. He is based in Delhi.
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