A Tribal girl from Mohana shines in Delhi by making Handicrafts

A Tribal girl from Mohana shines in Delhi by making Handicrafts

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Parlakhemundi: Talent is respected everywhere. Whether it is the rural areas of the tribal-populated district of Gajapati or the capital of the country, Delhi. Kumari Rait of Batsahi Village, Mohana Block, Gubariguda is proof of this. One day, this young woman from Mazuria family, who could not even set foot in high school due to various reasons, now her handiwork shines in the capital of the country. Kumari is awarded for making different types of carpets.

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Kumari has been awarded at the International Handicrafts Fair held in Delhi and has also received a financial assistance of Rs. He was selected for carpet preparation training by Chandragiri Solar Development Corporation last March. After training, he opened a carpet making center in Gubariguda village with government incentives. He was able to attract everyone’s attention by making beautiful carpets by hand. He represented Odisha in the International Handicrafts Fair organized in Delhi under the direction of Gajapati District Governor Lingaraj Panda. And now he has brought glory to the state and the district.

With the encouragement of the state government and Gajapati district administration, the financial status of his family has also strengthened. Kumari is now able to earn around 10,000 rupees a month by making carpets, and plans to train others in the future. Kumari says that if a girl like her from Nipat Mafsal village can show the best of her talent in the Delhi Darbar with the promotion of the state government, then others should also get a chance. The Gajapati District Governor ordered the Solar Development Company to resume the carpet making work. Trained there, Kumari took part in the Delhi Handicrafts Fair. She beat handiwork weavers from 56 countries.

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