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'Indian Craft Dying Slowly'

Handloom revivalist and designer Madhu Jain has been trying to resuscitate fine craftsmanship for 25 years but feels Indian consumers need to wake up and think 'swadeshi' and dump 'videshi' to make the country's textile traditions survive.

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Lifestyle | Life | October 2011 | Life | Bigger India

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