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Assam is one of the seven sisters of the North East India. The Muga of Assam to the world is the golden silk fiber for which Assam is famous. One can see the silk begin its journey from the lag stage, to its disentanglement and then to the loom to finally emerge as a assam saris. Women wear assam saree on festive occasions. For the shopping of assam sari Sareensaree gives you the latest range from the assam saree sari, assam saree sari for online shopping of indian sarees from assam, learn more about assam sarees and sarees manufactured in assam.

Stunning Assam Saree Design 2011

Muga silk is sumptuous royal, wonderful; it is exotic, erotic and sensual. But most of all, it is simply sheer beauty with ample strength and durability. Besides this, muga is washable at home and is free from the dry-cleaning hassles, unlike other silk fabrics. The muga silk thread due to less porosity cannot be bleached and hence cannot be dyed. All that glitters is not Gold but all that is  golden and shimmering is muga silk. The qualities of muga are unrivalled by any other fiber or fabric, and any comparison to muga is flattering to the compare.

Handloom weaving is Assam‘s largest and oldest industry. Weaving has been a way of life in Assam since time immemorial. Tradition has it that the skill to weave was the primary qualification of a little girl for her eligibility for marriage. A soldier was sent off for battle with a dress material made overnight. And one that was considered as important as his weapon. This perhaps explains why Assam has largest concentration of handlooms and weavers in the country.  Handloom of Assam is not confined to a particular group of people or to a particular region. Assam was one of the first places where the practice of rearing silkworms and using heir fiber came into  vogue. The practice is one that has survived the downfall of the Assam Raj and the alterations in the  economic conditions of the people that is entailed, and in spite of the attraction of imported silk and cotton.

Muga silk ‘Mekhala Chador’ is still the national dress of Assamese and forms the common costume of the woven of the Assam valley. Weaving has been in Assam an age old affair descending down from cohort to generation through the pathway of centuries old history. Assamese text and scriptures bear ample testimony to this.

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