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Traditional cultural expressions or expressions of folklore include a very wide variety of subjects. As case studies for this chapter we include textiles and built heritage as traditional cultural materials; folk music and yoga as cases of cultural action. In the case of textiles, we could discuss in details, only one form of application, that of Banarasi saree . Textiles and music are also industries. But Banarasi saree and folk music have always been appreciated solely, for their artistic and aesthetic qualities. The challenges in their preservation and promotion are therefore, somewhat different from those discussed in the chapter on industries. For built heritage and yoga , we discuss the changing nature of intellectual actions in changing cultural milieu. Copyright form of IPR finds application in two of the case studies here.
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