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By inheriting ethnic culture, one gains insight into its profound philosophy, which serves as the foundation for converting abstract concepts into functional knowledge. This knowledge transformation is pivotal in the synthesis and characterization of cultural materials. In this journey, Cultural Material Science collaborates with Indigenous Knowledge Systems to bridge the gap between cultural heritage and sustainable technologies. This synergy enables the production of consumer products tailored for indigent communities, emphasizing social sustainability. It promotes interdisciplinary research, encompassing ethnographic studies and traditional craftsmanship, using local resources and waste-to-value principles. This approach not only ensures adaptive technologies but also supports the preservation of cultural heritage. Through green manufacturing practices, the integration of Cultural Material Science and Indigenous Knowledge fosters a holistic approach to cultural sustainability. It encapsulates the essence of tradition while shaping the future, transforming ancient wisdom into cutting-edge solutions for a more harmonious and sustainable world.