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Bengal’s Madur Marches To Kyrgyzstan

Madurkathi of Bengal was the star attraction at OIMO Festival, a handicrafts fair in Kyrgyzstan that highlights handmade and natural products from Central Asian countries. We exhibited the handicrafts of West Bengal where Madurkathi was the main atttraction. Madur is a generic for floor mats with Madurkathi, a weed, used for making them. The craft involves about 6,000 artisans of Purba and Paschim Medinipur districts of West Bengal. The project to revive and strengthen the craft by the West Bengal Khadi & Village Industries Board (WBKVIB) is underway in the two districts covering 4,432 artists.

Gauri Rani Jana, an award winning fine mat weaver, represented the madur-weaving tradition at OIMO festival. Gauri participated in the various processes of felt making, weaving and construction, and returned home with a wider perspective of the world, its crafts and, above all, the communities involved in the traditional craft-making processes.

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