Bengal is known all over the world for its expertise in art and craft. Its skill in architectural splendors to its excellent works on woodwork, terracotta, paintings, textile run unparallel. Pottery, brass and copperware, embroidery, tapestry, hand looms, fine muslin and silk artistry, wood carving, cane works etc. are a few examples of handicrafts which originated at the ground level in the heartland of Bengal - the villages. Most of these handicraft produce are cottage industry in West Bengal and has been backbone of the rural economy of the State.
West Bengal is known for its creativity and artisans of the State specialize in creating everyday and fancy articles from bamboo and cane, is rich and varied. More than 35,000 artisans practice this craft in different districts of rural Bengal.
It is the time of swaraswati puja(the festival of goddess of education,art,and music),it is the time for performing the best display of art culture in our town.more than 50 clubs and organizations take part,and it continues for 4-5 days,it is almost warm as durgapuja of kolkata.
I took this photo today noon,when it is available for photo-shooting.I'll take more and share with you.
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joso (2417) 2013-02-16 0:24
a crispy shot with very good DOF, well blurred BG, and a good note
works very well with the decent frame
s4sayan (126) 2013-03-08 2:09
'Two Monsters' equally terrible...nicely presented with warm colors and brilliant depth of field. The cropping is also just perfect !!!
- Copyright: Mrityunjoy Chatterjee (mrichat) (1737)
- Genre: People
- Medium: Color
- Date Taken: 2013-02-15
- Categories: Daily Life, Festivals, Architecture, Artwork
- Camera: CANON EOS 550D, Canon 55-250 EF-S IS, Griffin Ultra Slim MC CPL, 58m
- Exposure: f/5.6, 1/60 seconds
- More Photo Info: view
- Photo Version: Original Version
- Date Submitted: 2013-02-15 6:09