The Best of Waste Paper Management in Craft” programme was organized by Shikshayatan Patna, under Program of Kala Parya-15 .


By Kumari Swati.

Today, the program Kala Pravah-15 was organized in the Shikshayatan premises,the main theme of the program was ‘The Best of Waste Paper Management in Craft’.
At First the organization’s Chief Trustee and Kathak dancer Yamini explained the objectives of the event. In the epidemic of Covid-19, an alternative source of every system is being found. Paper craft is a very old art in the craft tradition. Which is a demand for learning and employment in today’s odd situation. Explaining the spirit of Create Yourself Artistically, we always said that we always need to prepare ourselves artistically. And for better execution of the work, it is necessary to provide artistic form. The world of paper is quite extensive, the use of which must be learned. For which this program is especially beneficial for artists, youth, children, social workers.
The main attraction of this program was to learn to make new items by making paper from pulp and by completeness of old papers.
International designer Mr. Sharad Kumar also honored with the Kalashri Award and honored with National Awards. Who described the method of making paper in a much better way. Explained the art of making new items from old paper. Also explained the multi-functional use of pulp. Sharad Kumar suggested a lot of experimentation with banana peel.
Banana is highly produced in Bihar. One kg. of fiber is obtained from ten banana thumb. With which 250 papers of A4 size can be made. Which do not explode with normal hands. He said that oregami was part of our Indian culture. Many things are also made from palm leaves. Which needs to be revived. Making paper and making paper from paper and doing paper work in a special way can be different. He also showed many objects in front.
Mr. Anil was with him in making all these things. Who was passed out from Delhi College. Students of Anshika Raj, Ananya, Aakriti, Shivam, Shweta, Muskan, Shwetank, Ashok Kumar, etc., participated enthusiastically with the students of painting. And learned to make paper together.

Smt. Rekha Sharma (President, Music Education) welcomed the guests with a logo at the program. Mohit Ranjan provided a new height to the virtual presentation of the program with technical support.
Virtual presentations of the program  were also broadcast from the Facebook page Shikshayatan Patna and eventolive. Which has more than 2000 audience connected. Experts also answered the questions of the audience.

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