Indian Wool Woven Ornaments/Chandeliers-Morning Light

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Indian Wool Woven Ornaments/Chandeliers-Morning Light

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【Place of Origin】India [Size] about 25 x 30 cm 【Cleaning method】 Since this product is made of woolen cotton thread, it is not suitable for cleaning with a lot of water. Please use a damp towel to wipe the surface. 【Precautions】 This product does not contain light bulbs. Why is it called Ganges Ornaments? Mainly because it was born in the "Ganges" in the holy city of Varanasi, it was made by the women of the surrounding households using the clever fingers of their fingers. The Ganges River is in northern India, with a total length of 2,510 kilometers, which can circle Taiwan nearly two and a half times in length, showing that its water volume is amazing. The Ganges River is also the "sacred river of Hinduism." Every Hindus must bathe in the Ganges at least once in his life. Whether it is a three-day and three-night train or an unair-conditioned bus, it is not a problem, because As long as you bathe in the Ganges River, you can wash away the sins of your life and spill the ashes after cremation into the river, which can help the dead get rid of the turmoil of the world and have a better afterlife soon. ▲ Sightseeing trip-We are taking a human boat to cruise the Ganges River. The Ganges itself is really magnificent, wide and long. It stretches from the left to the right of our sight, with no end point at both ends, and the turbidity of the water makes us unclear about the water conditions. In the river, children and adults are always laughing. There are long stairs along the river. Some people squat to wash clothes, wash pots and pans, and even wash themselves. Many tourists also take human-powered boats to admire the Ganges River scenery, which is a very harmonious and interesting picture. After all, in Taiwan, we can't see a river that allows people to do so many things at the same time. And what attracted our attention most were the many vendors who sat on the steps by the river selling all kinds of souvenirs. And there is one of them, which is so special in our eyes! The reason is super simple: the boss is a "girl". In India, most of the vendors are boys. The proportion of girls walking on the road is not high, and being a boss is a rare treasure. At that time, we ran over to chat with her like a treasure. We did not expect to dig out a section that moved us. Endless past stories: Her name is Bhumika. Fifteen years ago, her husband had an affair, and he even litigated for the custody of her daughter on the grounds that "women are unable to raise children alone." In order to prove herself to the judge, she set up a stall by the Ganges with four poles and a piece of canvas to sell her hand-made handicrafts. In the end, she moved the judge and obtained the custody of her daughter, and her four poles were held up. It's 15 years. This Ganges ornament is the handicraft that she said she taught herself, practiced constantly, and finally learned by herself. She now rides back and forth for nearly five hours' driving distance every day, so that the handicrafts that support her to stand up can be seen by everyone. When you turn your head around and look at her stall, you will find that all around you are male bosses. They despise and exclude her as a female and show up for work. But she is not afraid of these gossips and threats: "I believe in my own strength, not just a little bit like they said," she said firmly. ▲ Woven ornaments made by Bhumika We were deeply moved by her courage and told her that she would extend her courage. She gave each of us a big hug, as well as some necklaces and bracelets made by her hand, but in her booth, our favorite is still Ganges pendant. After returning to Taiwan from India, we immediately started Tramper's first project-"Bumika Project". At that time, in addition to thinking hard to pass on her story, we also hoped that we could do something to make the world a friendlier. After a period of team thinking, the Bhumika project was finally born! In the "Bhumika Project", we refer to Taiwan’s "Gender Equality in Work Law" and require Indian workshops in cooperation with Tramper to implement equal rights to work in terms of "recruitment, salary, promotion, education and training, and working environment" , And especially give priority to divorced, single parent, widow and women who have lost their support. All employers and all employees who work with us will sign contracts. We will explain to them one by one and reach a consensus. We hope to promote the concept of gender equality together and do our part in this country where the concept of gender equality still needs improvement. Thanks to everyone’s support, we successfully reached the target on July 16th, 2019 [Tee Tee Fundraising-Bu Mika Project], and raised nearly 4 times higher than the target amount! At present, the Bumika project is still in progress, and it is precisely because of your support that we have the motivation to do more and join hands to make the world a better place.

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