After Kaushalya Sari Collection Now Chhattisgarh Handloom Association Launches Heavenly Ram Darbar in Ramayan Saree Series

Raipur: Now the supernatural view of Lord Shri Ram's court is visible in the sphere of mothers and sisters: Minister Guru Rudrakumar: Handloom Association launched 'Ramayana Sari'

Raipur, Chhattisgarh, India, Thursday, 26 November 2020:

 On the special initiative of Village Industries Minister Guru Rudrakumar, the design of Lord Sri Rama's supernatural court is being weaved in the lap of Kosa sarees by the proven weavers of Chandrapur in Janjgir-Champa district.

As a result, a supernatural view of Lord Sri Rama's court is visible in the area of ​​mothers and sisters.

The handloom department has launched these sarees under the name of 'Ramayana Saree'. Ramayana saree is so attractive that people have started buying it hands-on as they like it.

Ramayana Saree is available for sale online as well as being available at Bilasa Emporium Raipur.

    Minister Guru Rudrakumar said that the Chhattisgarh government's ambitious plan to develop Ram Van Gaman Path as a national tourist destination, as well as the handloom department weaving the design of Shri Ram ji's court by the weavers of Chandrapur on the floor of Kosa sarees is.

It is worth mentioning that earlier a new series of sands was launched by the handloom department under the name of Kaushilya Collection. The design of the architecture of the temple of Mata Kaushalya in Chandkuri was carved in these sarees.

It is noteworthy that online marketing of ready made garments and products has been started by the weavers and craftsmen of the state. Minister Guru Rudrakumar has asked the Handloom Association to promote the design of traditional art-culture of Chhattisgarh.

     Handloom association is also arranging for marketing of Ramayana saree. All the tourist spots included in Ram Van Gaman Path will be exhibition-cum-sold by putting up a stall of Ramayana sarees and garments along with the previously launched Kaushalya Collection. Devotees and tourists visiting other religious and tourist places including Mata Kaushalya Temple will be able to buy these clothes. He informed that Ramayana sarees are being prepared by Parameshwari Weavers Cooperative Society of Chandrapur.

Village Industries Director Sudhakar Khalkho said that the weavers of Chhattisgarh have converted the Kovid transition period into disaster with their dedication and hard work. The weavers during this period have done a commendable job of capturing their imagination with the invaluable heritage of Chhattisgarh such as the architecture of the Mata Kaushalya Temple and the supernatural view of Lord Sri Rama's court in saris.

It is noteworthy that Chandkuri is a nephew of Lord Rama. In view of its religious significance and recognition of the temple, the handloom department had earlier launched a new series of sarees and garments called Kaushilya Collection, which received good response and benefited the weavers.