How Metal Workers In India Are Keeping A 600-Year-Old Art Alive | Still Standing

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Chiseling metal for an entire day is just one of the eight steps needed to make a piece of Bidri art. This craft has been carried on for centuries in one area of India, but with rising costs of raw material and a huge drop in sales during the pandemic, its future is murky.

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