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As a young boy who wanted money so he could go to the movies, he began selling jewellery he made with beads that he found in the markets of Kolkata, while shopping for Durga Puja clothes with his mother. With help of their in-house carpenter, he strung bits of plastic, glass and horn together, and sold his first designs in small plastic boxes to little shops in the city. “I started making this pretty disastrous jewellery, which, fortunately or unfortunately for me, started selling at a premium,” says designer

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