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GLOBAL STUDENTS GLAMOUR : Enveloped and nurtured by the fragrance and devotion and respect and love of these very beautiful humans :

O''Captain Imran Khan, Rabo, Dee, Haleema, Sahar, Zilli, Dantini [Malaysia], Saima, Elizabeth, Anne [UAE], Lakshmi, Hussain, Ali, Shahzaib, Hamza, Vishnu, Reza [Canada], Salar, Sanan [Germany], Zaeem, Danyial, Ayaan, Bilal, Ibrahim, Toby [China], Jordan, and the students of the entire world and, of course -

God's Little Angels : Maynah, Maria, Hanyia, Eden, Jennifer, Merium, Mustafa, Mujtaba [UAE], and Sofia, - just one question lights up...

HOW THE HELL - SAY IN THIS PART OF THE WORLD - we got from producing the world's first seamless metal globe in KASHMIR and LAHORE in the 16th century to an inability to make plugs fit sockets.

One can say it's the result of mass production, cost-effectiveness, or lack of training, but at the end it's because it's accepted by the buyer. Finesse or [Nifasat] has been willingly replaced by the 'chalay ga' [it will do] philosophy.

The product may work well enough as anticipated but psychologists note that being surrounded by ugliness leads to despondency, while beautiful objects generate a sense of calm and well-being.

Designer Ravi Sawhney says a product must not be only functional, but create an emotional connection with the user. It should have personality. You sell a story not just a product. This is something Apple built its success upon.

Socrates believed that ''all things are good and beautiful in relation to a purposes for which they are well-adapted, and bad and ugly in relation to those for which they are ill-adapted.'' This came to be known as functional beauty. However, if an object does not also look good, its functionality may be questioned.

For a functional object to feel beautiful, it is not necessary for it to be embellished. It could be the pleasing, balanced weight of of a hammer, the graceful curves of a suspension bridge. The Bauhaus design movement tried to remove the boundaries between art and design.

As early as 1932, the New York Museum of Modern Art began its Architecture and Design collection, ranging from appliances and tableware to sports cars. There are as many avid collectors of beautiful and Utilitarian objects as they are of Art.

BETWEEN 1850 - 1914 - BRITAIN, The birthplace of the * Industrial Revolution *, was seen as the 'workshop of the world'. The world's first fair was held at the specially constructed Crystal Palace in 1851, bringing together both craft and industrial products from many countries.

INDIA, the ''Jewel in the Crown'' had the largest floor space with its exquisite metalwork, carved furniture and woven fabrics. The intention was not creating new business, but as a statement of national pride.

Britain's pride in its manufacturing ability is evident in the exquisite designs of its pumping stations. The Crossness Pumping Station in London looks more like a cathedral than a sewage pumping system.

Since the '50s, we have been encouraged to become a throw-away society, to make opportunities for new sales, benefiting industry but impoverishing our souls. Not the throw-away systems of the East such as banana leaf packaging but mostly plastics that come back to haunt us with ocean tides.

Products are made that cannot be loved, repaired, adapted or recycled. We become passive, dependent and disconnected from our activities. Why make it something that can be bought?

Designer Tash Goswami calls mass production - with its low prices - a false economy, as it depends on manufacturing in poor countries with low wages, who then loans and aid. Handmade items are more sustainable.

Soetust Yanag, in her book The Beauty Of Everyday Things, honors zakki, or well-crafted ordinary everyday utensils and tools ''made as naturally as thoughtlessly as walking,'' which she believes is an essential prerequisite to developing a sense of beauty and ensuring quality industrial projects.

As sociologist Richard Sennett reminds us, humans are enriched by skills and dignified by craftsmanship. Welcome to The World Students Society - for every subject in the world.

The Honor and Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on The World, Nods and Winks, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Professor Durriya Kazi, Head of the department of visual studies, University of Karachi.

With respectful dedication to the Leaders, Grandparents, Parents, Students, Professors and Teachers of the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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Good Night and God Bless

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