Dolls have always been an inevitable part of one's childhood. Around the world, among the dolls made by hand, socks dolls enjoy a special place as they are easy, soft, and washable. Their look and feel can be altered with types of stuffings and the design used, hence they make a unique collection of dolls. Sock doll making is one of the easily executed activities with the least investment, bestowed with the perks of fair employability and skill development scopes. Most of the hand-made doll units are run by women around the country, thus unfolding their passion for stitching and earning a living through it. An institute named Rachana Kala Mahavidyalaya is a place where doll-making training is given to artisans. It is situated in Ahmednagar, in the state of Maharashtra. Mr. Prashant Shekatkar is the principal of this institute. The institute has multiple courses related to art and handicrafts, it was started in the year 1998. Mrs. Varsha Shekatkar is the founder member of Rachana Kala Mahavidyalaya institute.
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