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Save the Weave is an international movement led by Isha Foundation to revive the art of Indian woven textiles. The project seeks to document more than 120 unique methods of weaving indigenous to rural india, enhace industry and public awareness, and develop unique sales models to benefit weavers across the country.

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Project Initiative 1

It started in Iran about 2500 years ago.Kalamkari is an exquisite ancient textile art form that involves hand drawing or block printing fabrics with the traditional use of natural vegetable dyes. These craftsmen are located near the town of Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh where this unique craft is practiced. There are 23 steps in processing the fabric to print aor paint.

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Project Initiative 2

It started in Iran about 2500 years ago.Kalamkari is an exquisite ancient textile art form that involves hand drawing or block printing fabrics with the traditional use of natural vegetable dyes. These craftsmen are located near the town of Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh where this unique craft is practiced. There are 23 steps in processing the fabric to print aor paint.

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Project Initiative 3

It started in Iran about 2500 years ago.Kalamkari is an exquisite ancient textile art form that involves hand drawing or block printing fabrics with the traditional use of natural vegetable dyes. These craftsmen are located near the town of Machilipatnam in Andhra Pradesh where this unique craft is practiced. There are 23 steps in processing the fabric to print aor paint.

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