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Vayati Stories — handwoven

Vayati Weaves

My love for warps and wefts - Vandana Bhandare, Vanaras

India is rich of traditional practices and as we get exposed to this fast-paced lifestyle, we have started letting go slowly of our culture, heritage, and traditional values. I connect with anything hand-made like a bee to the flower. Hand-woven fabrics/textiles have a warmth to them, they make me proud and also keep me grounded. Sometimes I wonder how fabrics can have that effect on one. Possibly because I have grown up seeing both sides of the coin: the richness of handloom as well as the struggles of it.

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Jackie Pinto

August 7th - National Handloom Day

It is a tragedy when people do not understand the true worth of handloom. Not only is it an heirloom product that defines the pulse of India, it is also a symbol of unity in our vast diversity. The handloom sector empowers a vast section of rural Indian society and provides a mainstay to India’s rural economy. Each handloom product is woven with skill, devotion and care.

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