Artisan's work is back in trend
We live in an era where every single task is capable of being done by a machine. No doubt this kind of advancement in technology is indeed an achievement that humans have gained with their hard work, passion, and determination. But handcrafted things still holds a different feel. While almost each of us has tasted the feeling of technologically made things and handcrafted things, artisan's work has always been admired among the two. From human-made efforts to machines and back to human touch, the journey has been beautiful indeed. No wonder machines have been doing a fabulous job and making our lives more comfortable, but the one thing they lack is the human touch. So, it has been seen that people of all age groups have now started preferring the artisan's work instead of machine-made. They might take more time to complete, but the result is worth all the wait. Youngsters have even started taking an interest in courses being offered by various institutes for craftsmanship. Original work can be seen in the artisan work. Indians have been known to possess the artisan skills in blood, and taking things like these further to the next generation makes sure that such pieces of art get restored and tend to take the economy of a country to the next level. Artists in India have been making the country proud of the international le and efforts to preserve such arts to ensure the heritage stays intact and keeps making the country proud globally.