India produces a variety of raw material
like silk, cotton, wool, jute etc which are used in India for creating
fabric. The geo-climatic and bio diversity of India has given birth to a
myriad of textiles. We would like be helping you purchase good quality
product for both ritual purposes, and daily use.
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Silk and cotton weaving predominate the weaving
traditions in India. Silk weaving is common in most parts of the
country, important centers being Mysore, Assam, Banaras, Murshidabad,
Surat, Kanchipuram and Paithan etc. Kumbakonam is also famous for Silk
Sarees. TMogurtha Pattu dhoties and sarees are specially designed here.
There are numerous centers, which specialize in silk and cotton sari
weaving. Some of the sari traditions which are popular are-Banarsi
brocades, Maheshwari, Pochampalli, Kancheevaram, Patola, Paithani,
Baluchari etc to name a few. The famous himroo and mushroo fabrics of
Hyderabad are splendid examples of mixed fabric (cotton and silk).
The mulberry silk which is largely produced in Assam is also a rare
variety of silk used for making saree and traditional dress material.
It's a traditional custom to wear mulberry silk outfit in the new year
festival of Assam called bihu. This is a yellowish and brown colored
delicate material produced from the mulberry silk cocoon which survives
on mulberry tree leaves.
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Tamil Nadu, India
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