Manali Handlooms


Manali handlooms reflect the exemplary traditional art and craft of the region that has percolated from the ancient times to the modern era. Unaltered and unaffected by the rapid change of times, the exquisite handloom items of Kullu and Manali is a glory for the state of Himachal Pradesh.

The handicraft and the handloom industries form the backbone of the economic structure of the region. Blessed with immense talents, most of the local inhabitants of Kullu and Manali are engaged in the traditional occupation of weaving and spinning woolen garments and various beautiful artifacts of the area.

Representing the rich cultural heritage and traditional ancestry of the ancient times, the local craftsmen of the handloom and handicraft industry of Manali have inherited the rich skill from their ancestors. The fine quality and harmonious color combination of the shawls of Kullu is a testimony to the enriched art and craft of the region. The beautifully woven Kullu caps bear designs from the latest in the world of fashion.

The handloom products of Manali displays the rich artistic skills and creative imaginations of the local craftsmen of the area. The beautiful hand woven products of the handloom industry of Manali has helped the state to earn a large chunk of revenue. The colorful and attractive woolen wear have an internationally acclaimed status.

Any one who visits the enchanting Himalayan kingdom is absolutely thrilled by the awesome products of the small and medium scale cottage industries of Manali. Manali handlooms have earned a prominent name for itself because of fine quality and attractive color blend.



     


     

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