Bangladeshi Blacksmiths : Rare profession

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By Guillaume Coustou the Younger - Jastrow (2006), Public Domain,

Bangladeshi  Blacksmiths : Rare profession 

I have been thinking of making a Small Sickle for several days to loosen the soil of the small bonsai pot, but time does not allow. The number of good blacksmiths is decreasing day by day. It is difficult to find near them. I got one today. Many of them are in a bad mood. There is no smile on his face. Coal fires are constantly lit by the wind and the house is a monotonous hammer. Then the hot iron tools are dipped in water in the right shape. Monotonous work.

 Many of my favorite people are people in this profession.

Hephaestus, the Greek god of blacksmiths, made all the weapons of the gods. Hephaestus was the son of Zeus and Hera. Hephaestus was a merciful, loving god, but he was the only god who was physically ugly and lame. When his mother Hera saw him for the first time, he was so frustrated that he took his son and threw him deep into the sea from Mount Olympus, causing deformity in his legs.

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