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From Pochampalli Ikat of Telangana to Kancheepuram sarees of Tamil Nadu - learn all about vibrant & incredible handloom patterns weaved in South India!
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Kotpad from Odisha - It is a vegetable-dyed fabric woven by the tribal weavers of the Mirgan community of Kotpad village, Koraput districts. Photo credits - Google Arts & Culture
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From Pochampalli Ikat of Telangana to Kancheepuram sarees of Tamil Nadu - learn all about vibrant & incredible handloom patterns weaved in South India!
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With its indigenous handlooms & fabric like Muga silk 's North Eastern Region is undoubtedly a land of exquisite weaves and craftsmanship!
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With its indigenous handlooms & fabric like Muga silk, North Eastern Region is undoubtedly a land of exquisite weaves and craftsmanship!
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Support our handloom weavers from Tamil Nadu.
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Support our handloom weavers from Maharashtra.
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Support our handloom weavers from Chhattisgarh
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Support our handloom weavers from Rajasthan.
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To provide direct market linkages in pandemic times to handloom weavers, is sharing contact details of award-winning handloom weavers & their prominent products. Support weaver! Embrace Handloom!
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उत्तर पूर्व भारत की हथकरघा बुनाई |
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पश्चिम भारत की हथकरघा बुनाई |
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दक्षिण भारत की हथकरघा बुनाई |
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Did you know the Patola woven textiles have been around since the 17th century. Learn more about Patola & Mashru weaving which survives only in 2 districts of Gujarat.
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