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🌟 Breaking News! 🌟 Selling Machine Made Products As Handmade Will Be Penalized! 🔔 🧵 Textiles Minister Piyush Goyal has issued a stern warning against mislabeling machine-made products as ‘Handmade in India’. Let’s uphold the integrity of our rich heritage and craftsmanship! 🇮🇳 📢 During a dynamic interaction with textile sector beneficiaries, Minister Goyal emphasized


Fashion, once solely the realm of creativity and style, is now embracing technology like never before. The fusion of fashion and technology has unlocked a new era of innovation, redefining the way garments are designed, produced, and consumed. From AI-driven production lines to blockchain-enabled supply chains, here’s a closer look at 10 cutting-edge fashion technologies

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The vibrant tapestry of Indian handloom weaves has adorned royalty and commoners for centuries. But in a world dominated by mass-produced textiles, can this age-old tradition survive? The answer, surprisingly, is a resounding yes, and the driving force behind this resurgence is a global phenomenon – sustainability. A Legacy Woven in Every Thread India’s handloom


Fine Organic Muslin Saree handwoven by the artisans from West Bengal. This muslin Jamdani is of a 6.5-meter long fabric having a width of 46 inches. You can drape this fabric as a saree or you may hire a tailor and make dresses out of it. Why is it called organic fabric ? Made of


Interestingly Indian handloom is a culmination of 5000 years of a rich heritage that has never been adequately recorded or documented in any significant form. As we all know covid hit the whole world hard. Handloom is not an exception and still now the weaving community facing a real hard time. On this note “DMZ


GI Certified Kasargod Sarees ( GI REGN NO. 170 ) : Kasaragod district is a small town situated in the Malabar Region of Kerala–God’s Own Country, India. The origin of the handloom weaving of Kasaragod Sarees is traced back to the 18th century AD. The history states that the weaving community, the Shaliya (or the


Sadhguru’s message on Handloom day to all Indians!  


Here in DMZ INTERNATIONAL , we love and promote only handwoven fabrics. What makes these fabrics different? Well, they are just that: woven by hand, by people, using a handloom (which is to say, a hand-operated, non-mechanized loom). That’s why we refer to the fabrics interchangeably as “handwoven” or “handloom” fabrics. Now let’s see how they are


The handloom industry in India has been playing an imperative role in preserving India’s rich cultural heritage and socio-economic development of the country. National Handloom Day, observed on August 7 honors the handloom weavers of the country. It is a day that also recognizes the Swadeshi Movement which was launched on the same date in


Bengal has been a producer of hardy, ecologically viable desi cotton varieties for hundreds of years and is home to the planet’s finest muslin fabric. In 2013, the traditional art of weaving jamdani was declared a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity But the shrinking demand for this fine muslin and khadi has dwindled stable livelihood for


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