Kaira has a fitting reply to 'pleats are old fashioned' as she will make you groove with the trend.
Musiri is predominantly a cluster of weavers who hail from low-income families and mostly weave cotton sarees or veshti (dhotis). Weaving is a family tradition and the entire family is involved in the weaving process. Interestingly, children start weaving as early as at the age of 10. Women in the households spend about 3-4 hours separating and spinning the thread while men work on the loom for about 8 hours a day. Producing a simple saree or three dhotis takes about two to 2-3 days.
Digikargha aims to digitally empower the weaver community of the region in order to bring them out of poverty & information darkness to lead them towards better livelihood opportunities.
There are some fabrics which make one look good and there are few other which make one feel good. Musiri sarees fall under the latter category and it comes as no surprise if one starts acquring a taste for them after trying one on.
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