Jamdhani is a weaving mode used to make very sophisticated sarees. A Jacquard technique with threads of different colours that reproduce elements of nature or geometric shapes. Originally from West Bengal, it is now widely practiced in Andhra Pradesh and Telengana.


A fabric entirely handspun and hand-woven. It can be silk cotton or wool, it is produced all over rural India. It is also an activity supported by the Indian government with the KVIC -Khadi & Village Industries Commission- which also promotes its sale in the shops present in every large or small city, the Khadi Grahmodyog Bandhar or Gandhi Ashram.…