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  Vijaya Ramaswamy is a professor with the Centre for Historical Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. She specializes in economic history, religion and society, and gender studies. Textiles is one of her key research areas. She has published several books including Textiles and Weavers…
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Namrata Toraskar
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मुश्ताक खान
पनका बुनकरों द्वारा बुने  जाने वाले पैटर्न एवं मोटिफ्स (यह आलेख गांव तोकापाल , बस्तर के राष्ट्रीय पुरस्कार से सम्मानित बुनकर सिंधुदास पनका सेअगस्त २०१८ में हुई चर्चा पर आधरित है )   बस्तर में कपड़ा बुनाई का काम पनका , माहरा , कोष्टा देवांगन ,चंडार और गांडा जाति के लोग करते थे। इनमें से पनका और…
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Radhana Rajeha
Velvets: The Product of Royal Life and Intricate Art   Wrapped around luxuriously and displayed to flaunt wealth, such was the epitome of popularity achieved by velvet in its glorious days of yesteryear. Velvet, technically defined as a warp cut-pile weave fabric has been a cloth of interest for…
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Radhana Raheja
An introduction to the history and techniques of velvet weaving in India, which includes articles, images from museum collections, a video on technique, and an interview with master weaver Shamim Ansari 
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Radhana Raheja
The Makhmali Way: The Technical Complexities of Velvet Handloom Weaving   After witnessing years of glory, in the 19th century the intricate and time-consuming art of silk velvet weaving came up against competition from velvet powerlooms, which led to its rapid decline and near disappearance. …
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Radhana Raheja
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Gargee Bhattacharjee
People and Practices: An Outline This article is based on a study of the textile practices of the ‘Dimasa Kachari’, a sub group of the ‘Greater Kachari’ clan, who belong to the Indo-Mongoloid group of peoples. Their main settlements are in Dima Hasao, Karbi Anglong, Nowgong and Cachar districts of…
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Gargee Bhattacharjee
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