Under the Arunachal Pradesh Chief Ministerâ€™s Indigenous Textile Promotion Scheme (CMITPS) for the year 2015-16 to support the West Kameng district weavers, a selective 116 weavers were distributed improved frame looms with warping drum, accessories and yarns free of cost by Deputy Commissioner Sonal Swaroop on Friday at Craft Centre Complex.
Speaking on the occasion, DC Sonal opined that the six major tribes inhabiting the district has one of the most colorful and vibrant traditional dresses. The free distribution of the improved frame looms should be a shot in the arm to preserve, promote and experiment with the local attires and endeavor for its large scale marketing.
The Deputy Director , Textile and Handloom, Dorjee Phuntso urged the weavers to make the best use of the opportunity to promote the indigenous textile and handlooms.
Under the present scheme, the components have been increased so that the weavers can concentrate producing indigenous textile and handlooms which would in turn also help generate a steady source of income for them.
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