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Which type of fibers is present in the dresses in Manipur?
Manipuri weaves traditionally and usually involve using cotton, silk, a cotton-silk mixture of fibers called the 'Russian silk.'
What is the process of Manipuri weaves?
This tedious process of hand-weaving Manipuri weaves is done by hand on handlooms where the workers work on the yarn, usually, the village women who then create the beautiful patterns on the finely woven Manipuri weave fabric. The colors used to come from nature, like tree bark, leaves, and roots, but with the progress in technology, industry processed fabric colorings have started to be used to dye the fabrics.
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