An Indian daily wage laborer stands in front of a studio beside fiberglass statues of Mother Teresa, center and Swami Vivekananda, right, in Kolkata, India. Made from the threads of glass, fiberglass is created by forcing molten glass through a sieve that spins it into threads. Fiberglass is an ideal material for large sculptures because it is light enough that people can move statues made from it without the help of a crane. Fiberglass is also a much less expensive medium. The daily wage laborers earn Indian Rupee 400 to 1000 per day depending on the season by transporting idols from studios to various places.
daily wage laborer (US)=labourer (GB) travailleur journalier / fiberglass (US) = fibreglass (GB) fibre de verre / thread ici, filament / molten fondu, en fusion / sieve tamis / to spin, spun, spun filer, ici transformer / crane grue.