Through ‘The Kambli Kathe’, entrepreneur and co-founder of Vimor, Pavithra Muddaya reimagines handlooms of the state through senior weavers
Around 26 pillars had been constructed and now, the road laying works was in progress. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) is carrying out the project at an estimated cost of Rs 26.63 cr.
An application has been filed seeking the Geographical Indication (GI) tag for Woraiyur cotton saree.
Showcasing an array of regional handloom textiles, the ongoing ‘The Grand Handloom Fair’ pays homage to skilled craftspeople of India.
Delhi’s Shashank Gupta uses the power of social media to help Khes weavers of Khurja, Uttar Pradesh
The state government is planning to facilitate 2.80 lakh women belonging to 27,000 self-help groups (SHGs) access to the e-commerce platforms to sell their product.
House by Three is a sustainable luxury enterprise that merges high fashion with age-old traditions of weaving, and infuses it with contemporary cuts and colours.
Telangana Minister KT Rama Rao said measures are being taken to ensure the monthly income of the workers is over Rs 15,000.
An outlet named ‘Aarunya Mart’ was opened in Narayanpet to encourage locals and visitors to buy products crafted by 14 Telangana women.
The money will be transferred as part of the Nethanna Nestham scheme, under which each beneficiary will get Rs 24,000 a year, which is aimed at giving the required hand-holding to the community.