- Firozabad is the hub of glass bangles because the trade is valued round Rs 10,000 crores
- However, it’s stagnating as a result of incessant exploitation of labour and lack of enforcement of regulatory mechanism
- Time has come when different clusters of bangle making be recognized and supplied with incentives
Regardless of west-led modernisation making an attempt to throw out traditions from India, the attraction of cultural symbols has not died down. As an alternative, they’re reappearing in new types or shapes. Bangles being one of many oldest decisions of Indian ladies nonetheless hog the limelight on extra events than one. However, for the previous few years, lack of regulatory oversight on the processes of creating it’s threatening the existence of the Firozabad bangle trade, probably the most important hub of uncooked bangles in India.
Firozabad’s connection to bangles
Situated close to Agra, Firozabad is understood for Bangles, particularly Glass Bangles. Various claims point out that Firozabad has been producing them for at the least 200 years. The method kicked off with rejected glass articles melted in a domestically made furnace referred to as “Bhanisa Bhatti”. Evidently, wooden and coal have been used as gasoline for Bhattis.
Initially, glasses have been colored and put to make use of in jhad, fanus (Chandelier) and different ornamental components of royal courts and havelis. Quickly, domestically made Kadas, Kangans and bangles began to realize……