Artisan Clusters

KHADI CLUSTER

Khadi is a term used for fabric that has been handwoven using yarns made by hand spinning natural fibre which is usually cotton but can also be silk or wool. Working with an array of different Khadi yarn, which requires a lot of experience, expertise and patience, has been a tradition for the artisans of Bengal.

Anuprerna, with a working relation of 35+ years since its inception, have been involved with various expert Khadi artisans across Bengal.

We have been closely working with Khadi weavers in 9 clusters spread across the districts of Burdwan, Birbhum and North 24 Parganas in West Bengal. Artisan Sabitri Dutta is one of the artisans we're working with.

Different clusters are equipped with different weaving expertise needed for an array of handmade textiles ranging from the thickest count to fine muslin Khadi.

   



 


Team Anuprerna

Team Anuprerna

At Anuprerna, We Request Everyone To Contribute And Share. This Way We Can Create Global Recognition For These Beautiful Handwoven Crafts & Textiles To Bestow Value Onto The Ordinary Lives Of Our Artisans With Extraordinary Skills. And We Believe That's The Only Way We Can Build A Sustainable And Ethical World For Ourselves.
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