The potters expect the demand for lamps to increase on Diwali.
In view of the Diwali festival in the township, potters have started making earthen lamps and toys. The hands of the potters are walking on the wheel and they are engaged in making earthen lamps, toys, piggy banks, doll-dolls, grandparents, piggy banks, elephant-horses, palanquins. The potters hope that this time the sale of clay lamps and toys, which were relatively stalled during the Corona period, will increase.
Potter, who made pottery, has also been a poor village head. They say that this is our ancestral business, this is how livelihood goes. But now colorful lights have come in the market, due to which people have reduced the use of diyas, still it is expected that their diyas will be sold more on this Diwali.
increased buyers of lamps
The potter Ram Sevak told that about 1500 lamps are being made a day. It takes a lot of hard work in this work, but the household expenses also go on with the help of this. Ram Jagat Prajapati says that now people are getting attracted towards earthen lamps. Pintu, Ram Shabd, Awadhesh, Santosh Kumar told that the buyers of lamps have increased in the last few years. In Jamdih Shukla village, Sajeevan, Ram Saware, Bhulai, who are engaged in making lamps and toys on chalk, told that there is no longer the demand for earthenware as before, yes the demand for axes has increased here.
Designer lamp is also making
Prem Kumar, who is making earthen lamps in Jagdishpur, told that he has been doing this work for the last 30 years. Sales are very less before Deepawali, but the sale on Diwali is awaited. This time the demand for diyas is expected to increase on Diwali, in view of which they are being made. It is said that the house can be decorated with colored lights, but only lamps are used for worship, religious rituals. In view of this, the work of making diyas has accelerated. From ordinary diyas to colorful, attractive designs lamps are also being prepared.
potters for sale
The speed of the potter’s wheel has intensified as the festival of lights, Diwali, is approaching. In order to attract children towards the piggy and toys made of clay, not only the ordinary piggy bank, but also the designer piggy bank is making it. Toys like dolls-dolls, grandparents, piggy banks, elephant-horses, palanquins made by potters have started coming for sale in the market. From ordinary diyas to designer diyas, piggy banks and toys in the streets of the city, potters have come out to sell by placing them in baskets on bicycles for sale.
here is the price
Ordinary earthen diya is getting 45 to 50 rupees, designer diya 100 to 120 rupees a hundred, while in the market the price of normal diya is 80 to 100 rupees per hundred and designer diya is being sold for 150 to 180 rupees a hundred. Kosa, Bharuka, bell 5 to 10 rupees, cylinder shaped piggy bank 25 to 30 rupees, simple piggy bank 15 to 20 rupees, janta 5 to 10 rupees, elephant, cow, parrot 15 to 25 rupees per piece.