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Crafting a brighter future - Five veterans talk about the relevance of textiles in a country soaked in tradition
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Crafting a brighter future – Five veterans talk about the relevance of textiles in a country soaked in tradition

“We have a 2,000-year-old legacy of handlooms and this sector employs over 43 lakh people. It is a revenue-driver that needs to be nurtured and resuscitated and on Handloom day, we collectively pledge to replenish the loom. We support the Minister of Textiles, Smt Smriti Irani and the office of DC(Handlooms) in their mission to take handlooms global and make it a lighthouse for New India,” said FDCI Chairman Sunil Sethi.

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