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Diversity of Ceramic Materials in India

Nitu Pathak, M. S. Rawat


This present paper challenges to discover the most important ceramic raw materials particularly clay minerals in India, their areas and applications. Extreme exploitation of these strong minerals would not just help the nation’s economy but will increase its innovative improvement; it will change the nation’s status from purchaser to maker and make job for the multifarious unwaged youth.

Keywords: advancement, ceramic, ceramic materials, diversity, India

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