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Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.

Expert Speak

Prof. Dr. Vandana Bhandari (Looming large)
Dean (Academic), National Institute of Fashion Technology
National Institute of Fashion Technology

There are many traditional handlooms that have already faded away, there are others that are either comatose or are on the brink of extinction. Yet, there are efforts under way by many a spirited lot to preserve the country's rich textile legacy, writes the Dean (Academic)-National Institute of Fashion Technology, Dr. Vandana Bhandari

The story of Indian handlooms dates back to the Indus Valley - most active during the period 2500-1700 BC - and stands today at the crossroads of regional traditions and globalised connections.