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Glass - The Heritage Artifacts


Three natural and abundant raw materials, sand, soda ash and limestone are melted at very high temperature to form a new material, Glass. At high temperature glass is structurally similar to liquids, however at ambient temperature it behave like solids.
The first Indian glass manufacturing industry was started way back in 1908. Since then, it has grown by leaps and bounds. The Indian glass industry can be divided into two categories:

1. Cottage Glass Industry produces bangles, glass decor, table wares, pots, and lamps in small furnaces either from glass blocks produced in factories or from inferior glass manufactured from the impure sands of the rivers. These Cottage industries are mainly concentrated in Firozabad and Belgaum.

2. The Factory Industries are spread across the states of Uttar Pradesh, Maharashtra, West Bengal, Bihar, Jharkhand, and Punjab. They produce sheet glass, bulbs, chimneys, reflectors, motor headlights, glass tubes, test tube, beakers etc.

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