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Washing drying over wooden cart wheel of wooden handcart in the street, Naupatana weaving village, rural Orissa, - Stock Image

Washing drying over wooden cart wheel of wooden handcart in the street, Naupatana weaving village, rural Orissa, - Stock Image

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narayanpet sarees yarn Narayanpet is a quintessential sleepy village hamlet in the South of India. It is located in Telangana,165 kms from Hyderabad. One school of thought states that in 1630 AD during Shivaji Maharaj’s campaign in the Deccan, the brightly coloured saris of the ladies caught his eye and thus the Narayanpet saree got its Royal Maratha Patronage.

narayanpet sarees yarn Narayanpet is a quintessential sleepy village hamlet in the South of India. It is located in Telangana,165 kms from Hyderabad. One school of thought states that in 1630 AD during Shivaji Maharaj’s campaign in the Deccan, the brightly coloured saris of the ladies caught his eye and thus the Narayanpet saree got its Royal Maratha Patronage.

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