Traditional Indian potters fig" 14 extinction today due to their ig rance of improved technology ceramics and poor financial cod tion. However, now any good op, lity clay available to potters all co the country at throw-away o could be used to produce glazed 0 tery that bears a huge market val Changing Villages (Vol 14, lamnO March, 1995) reports that in L with this objective, at the insistel of Rural Technology Instin Gandhinagar, Gujarat, a sponW project was taken up to develop appropriate technology for the duction of glazed pottery fn Balasinor common clay found Kheda district in Gujarat.
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