Yarn Depo at Crafts Handloom Village Open
January 18, 2024 | by craftshandvillmoirang.com
The recently inaugurated yarn depot at Moirang Fish Market stands as a pivotal component of the burgeoning Crafts Handloom Village, a dynamic project under development at Sendra Moirang. This initiative is set to elevate the local weaving and handloom industry by providing a centralized hub for a diverse array of yarns.
At the yarn depot, a kaleidoscope of colors and various types of yarn are readily accessible, showcasing the rich diversity inherent in traditional craftsmanship. These high-quality yarns, sourced through the National Handloom Development Corporation (NHDC), reflect both the heritage of handloom techniques and the vibrancy of contemporary design.
One noteworthy aspect of the yarn depot is its commitment to affordability. By offering these yarns at significantly discounted prices, the initiative aims to support local weavers and artisans while making these materials more accessible to a broader audience. This not only fosters economic sustainability within the community but also encourages the preservation and growth of traditional craftsmanship.
As part of the larger Crafts Handloom Village project, the yarn depot serves as a catalyst for the revitalization of local economies and the promotion of indigenous handloom traditions. It represents a convergence of heritage and modernity, creating a space where creativity flourishes, and the intricate threads of tradition are woven into the fabric of the future. The yarn depot at Moirang Fish Market is poised to become a vibrant nucleus for artisans, enthusiasts, and visitors alike, celebrating the rich tapestry of handloom culture in this region.