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Stylized flowing patterns, in soft spring colors of blue and green. A circular tablecloth to celebrate new beginnings. When the Indian government dedicated a large area of Rajasthan as a controlled tiger habitat, many villagers were forced to relocate to the fringes of the land, and women with few employment options began illegally cutting wood to sell as fuel. A local nongovernmental organization trained women in embroidery and tailoring for income opportunities. Learn more about traditional block printing.
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AIACAAIACA works with nonprofit and producer-owned artisan organizations in India. Some 65 member groups benefit from marketing support, design training and capacity building assistance. Read more.
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