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How Traditional Crafts Around The World Have Survived For Centuries | Still Standing
From mole ground with a traditional tool in Mexico, to metal art forged with ancient wax-casting techniques in India, and shea butter made by women artisans in Ghana, we got an inside look at businesses around the globe to see how their centuries-old traditions are still standing.

00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:26 Camel Skin Lamp
00:06:27 Shea Butter
00:15:40 Thai Pearl Inlay
00:23:15 Indian Dhokra Art
00:33:56 Cambodian Silk
00:44:14 Thai Khon Mask
00:52:52 Mexican Mole
01:01:40 Pumpkin Tanpura
01:14:40 Bali Salt
01:22:46 Jute Mats
01:31:23 Bonsai Scissors

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How Traditional Crafts Around The World Have Survived For Centuries | Still Standing
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From mole ground with a traditional tool in Mexico, to metal art forged with ancient wax-casting techniques in India, and shea butter made by women artisans in Ghana, we got an inside look at businesses around the globe to see how their centuries-old traditions are still standing.

00:00:00 Introduction
00:00:26 Camel Skin Lamp
00:06:27 Shea Butter
00:15:40 Thai Pearl Inlay
00:23:15 Indian Dhokra Art
00:33:56 Cambodian Silk
00:44:14 Thai Khon Mask
00:52:52 Mexican Mole
01:01:40 Pumpkin Tanpura
01:14:40 Bali Salt
01:22:46 Jute Mats
01:31:23 Bonsai Scissors

MORE VIDEOS FROM STILL STANDING:
How Women In India Are Fighting To Save A Tribal Weaving Tradition | Still Standing

How One Of The Rarest Salts In The World Goes From Ocean To Table | Still Standing

How Five Of The Oldest Cooking Traditions Survived Centuries | Still Standing

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#Craft #StillStanding #BusinessInsider

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How Traditional Crafts Around The World Have Survived For Centuries | Still Standing

49 Comments

  1. This is a great documentary..still would like to see a link in video for the artist

  2. Bob M says:

    One of the most captivating videos of art, culture, dedication and skill I have yet seen. Well done to all involved in it's production.

  3. Tanvi Mishra says:

    Four of these are from the Indian subcontinent. 🙂

  4. Jo Jo says:

    All these artisians..a big respect to them…keeping ancient knowledge alive against all odds !!!

  5. The amount of commercials during this video is ridiculous

  6. You need a celebrity to sponsor you.
    You all do a very good job. Just wonderful❤

  7. How can i purchase these?

  8. theres no way in hell those women can carry that shit for over a 2 hour walk lol

  9. This video has over 2 million views and nobody at Insider Business thought it might be a good idea to provide links to where we could purchase a single one of these.

  10. Viv Wallace says:

    All these businesses are like just barely still standing.

  11. Emmie M says:

    That first one is gross

  12. Jai S says:

    With all due respect I really don't think I ever want to have the camel skin lamp shades!! 🤮🤮

  13. kgvt says:

    Glad to see that indian rooted tradition and culture are all saved by all the asian country which was the part of india in anciant time 😌🙏

  14. TrashPanda says:

    I have been hand making bread since the beginning of covid and have taken to gardening in order to make my own tea and liquor and just because I truly enjoy it. I've been finding myself wanting to learn how to make a lot of things by hand and I'm currently teaching myself how to sew my own clothes and make my own soap. Maybe someday I'll be good enough to sell some of my stuff.

  15. Kate Pendse says:

    How amazing most of these surviving art forms are from the Indian subcontinent. The oldest continuously surviving civilization in the world.

  16. Andrew Fort says:

    I found the story of the mole incredibly beautiful. What a precious thing, to have an art so old, so valued, and so meaningful as that. I would like to give Evangelina a hug and buy her products!

  17. If someone wants to buy some Shea butter and you life in Germany than dm me. We could split the shipping cost

  18. zach k says:

    I'm sorry but 3 hrs to tune four strings on the sitar is ridiculous and should be done with a tuner.

  19. great videos. but please instead of putting in the subtitles: " speaking foreign language " , just indicate the language !!

  20. I have so much respect for all the hard work these people put into their craft and the women that make the shea butter all while all that work there absolutely amazing

  21. I am hooman says:

    Mexican mole is called ammi in TamilNadu south India. I am surprised to see the exact same item is used in another part of the world also.

  22. Am i the only one who ends up buying many of the products that i see in these videos? I have a newfound appreciation for beautiful hand crafted products

  23. orlando1a1 says:

    It's a long video – but what a wonderful video to watch – so full of moments of inspiring dedication and craftsmanship.

  24. him j says:

    Business insider show things as the world is ending but in realty the problem is not that saviour

  25. Anne W says:

    Blessings on all these people preserving the incredible crafts and products of their ancestors. Their work is beautiful. There is a sense of the spiritual and timelessness in what they do. Having these traditions continue connects us all to the past and shows what can be brought forth with care and practice. Thank you!

  26. dolly thapa says:

    Bahot he sundar nakkashi hai wow

  27. Aaron says:

    Demonitization was a tough decision and wasn't implemented effectively. But it did bankrupted Pakistan who printed fake Indian currency and spread terrorism.

  28. Indians are intelligent and passionate on whatever they do. Kudos

  29. There is no 1767 in thailand because during that time there wasn't thailand. The land people see nowadays so called thailand is all Cambodia's. Thailand history is not based on fact some are very made up because the history of thailand is all in Cambodia's history book.

  30. neom says:

    I think Pakistani artisans should sell this to overseas Pakistanis Western countries

  31. Some of those peoples need just internet and electricity – just think how many peoples would love to at least watch those peoples work on daily basics… Selling online would be hard but still …it could help to save those crafts

  32. OMG! We had that scissors in our house … where is it now? 01:32:37 Gosh! We've moved few houses … after watching this video which comes with the history, I will definitely look for it now. Thank you Insider Business🙏

  33. Am I the only one who is finding him to be good looking? 01:03:47??

  34. 전통방식이군요 대단합니다

  35. Hanagigi says:

    2:52 FYI: ground, not grinded.

  36. 1. Lamp Shades from Pakistan – I really love these kind of lamp shades. I wanna purchase but is it expensive?
    2. Shea Butter from Ghana – The shea trees should be protected.

  37. The more we stray away from traditional work and values the more of a dystopia the world becomes. Let's keep traditional work alive, especially hand made products. ❤️

  38. Please add links so we can support these women in Ghana with their Shea butter or any of these businesses listed in the video.

  39. The Mexical Mole is exactly like Bangladesh's Sill-Bata. My Mum has it. When I moved to another country's 2 years ago, my mum was telling me take a smaller version of this. Sadly couldnt take it becuase of the overweight. But I am planning to have one. Shutki Vorta ( Smashed Dry Fish with Dried Chili and Onion) tastes amazing when u make in this

  40. DAMINI DUBEY says:

    Incorrect information given regarding indian😢govern and demonetisation….. the money replacement started within 1 week… the entire process of taking off the black money accounts took months

  41. Ninjatic says:

    The ammi is still in use and it has records to have been used back in 3000 BC

  42. My Multan. My Pakistan.

  43. Jose Garcia says:

    A common theme I noticed with these ancient crafts is that younger generations have no interest in continuing them.

  44. Sagar says:

    Why is translation of corona mentioned by indian artisan is called government economic reform?

  45. Most of the false gods, silks, etc all forbidden 🚫 by ALLAH, God of Pure Light, in Islam. For good reason

  46. Some of the Lamps have SHIRK Evil Eye Triangle
    Forbidden 🚫

  47. i wonder if human skin can be made like this too 🤔

    i could think of ways about the bone, it's calcium after all 🤔🤔🤔

  48. knuckle12356 says:

    She's….. she's speaking English. Right? I didn't just learn a foreign language? Because I swear; I'm understanding EVERYTHING this woman is saying that they are subtitling.

    Nope. Nope I lost it.

    Edit: It's back!

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