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State of Shikhalkari in Jalna Problems & Solutions

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  • 1. ShikhalkariThe Iron Woker.
  • 2. Deity of all craftsmen
    Lord Vishwakarma
    "The lord of the arts, executor of a thousand handicrafts, the carpenter of the gods, the most eminent of artisans, the fashioner of all ornaments ... and a great and immortal god."
    He has four hands, wears a crown, loads of gold jewelry, and holds a water-pot, a book, a noose and craftsman's tools in his hands.
  • 3. “Shikhalkari”
  • 4. “Shikhalkari in Jalna”
    Population in Jalna……………….. 588
    No. of Families………………………. 121
    Most of them live in Area near ShivajiPutla, called Guru GovindsingNagar. Jalna.
  • 5. “Historical Perspective.”
    Shikhalkaris were weapon makers and weapon & tools sharpeners for Sikh Religious Army.
    Came to Maharashtra with their Gurus when Guru Granth Sahib Nanded was established
    Also worked with freedom fighters
    Created lot of trouble for British Army.
    Were treated as criminal tribe by British.
    After independence started traditional tool and iron works.
    Small Crime and Theft kept them isolated from main stream.
  • 6. Traditional Products Made By Shikalkaris.
    Kadhai . ( Shallow Frying Pan )
  • 7. Traditional Products Made By Shikalkaris.
    Vegetable cutters
  • 8. Traditional Products Made By Shikalkaris.
  • 9. Traditional Products Made By Shikalkari.
  • 10. Traditional Products Made By Shikalkari.
  • 11. Skill Set
    Sheet Metal Work and light Metal Work mainly by Hand Tools.
  • 12. Skill Set
    Sheet Metal Work and light Metal Work mainly by Hand Tools.
  • 13. Skill Set
    Sheet Metal Work and light Metal Work mainly by Hand Tools.
  • 14. Traditional Tools.
  • 15. Traditional Tools.
  • 16. Traditional Tools.
  • 17. Traditional Tools.
  • 18. Traditional Tools.
  • 19. Traditional Tools.
  • 20. Families to support
    Traditional Skills Alone Can Not
    Support Family
  • 21. Traditional Skills Alone Can Not
    Support Family
  • 22. Death Of Market for Traditional Products.
    Rise of Stainless Steel, Aluminium & Plastic
  • 23. Their Problems.
    • Decline in Market for Traditional Products.
    • 24. Rise in cost of Scrape Steel which is main input.
    • 25. No skill up-gradation with time.
    • 26. Isolated from main stream because of “Criminal Tag”.
    • 27. Denial of Employment Opportunities by Public & Private Sector.
    • 28. Educationally backward.
  • Strengths.....
    With all the odds today Shikhalkari Survives because.
    • Working with Iron is in their blood. Word “Aalas” ( Laziness ) not in their dictionary.
    • 29. Participation by Women in Economic activity.
    • 30. Work hard with basic instinct of Survival.
    • 31. Respect for Religion.
  • Not Just SurvivalCan we help them to enjoyLife with dignity?
  • 32. Solution ?
    What we can do
  • 33. Technical Training& Modern Hand Tools
  • 34. Technical Training for Youth
    • Help all 10 th pass students to get admission in Govt. ITI courses.
    • 35. Training in Welding / Fitting / Forging by Private Training Centre.
    • 36. Placing them with Industry for Skill Development.
  • Provide Modern Toolsto improvefinish & productivity
    • Provide them with modern tools and small machines.
  • Improving Finish & Productivity by modern tools
  • 37. Improving Finish & Productivity by modern tools
  • 38. Improving Finish & Productivity by modern tools
  • 39. Think
    Think
    What I can do.
  • 40. Join Hand
    Sunil Raithatha , sunil@vinodrai.com
    Suresh Lahoti , suresh_lahoti@yahoo.com
    Suresh Kesapurkar, suresh9111@rediffmail.com
    SuniljiGoyal , viratsai@yahoo.co.in
    Datta Waugh