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I started the journey of PhD to revive languished craft but seeing plight of artisans decided to start a handloom cluster. 
I have revived the farmers sarees which are ready to wear saree like denims no need of fall and beading. These farmers saree were worn in 10th century there are historical evidence to the sarees. They were lost to globalisation and introduction of synthetic yarns not only killed the cotton saree craft but also killed artisans livelihood. 
I had launched the revived craft Patteda Anchu in 2015  Bangalore in collaboration with Dastkari Haat samiti and Registry of saree (100 saree pact). After that we have increased number of looms and able to sustain the craft and artisans. Kamala Craft council Chennai also supported us through pop up sale and keeping our products in their store. 
Our cluster Punarjeevana was started with revival project slowly and steadily it was converted into a sustenance model to survive the craft and artisans. We started with 2 weavers today we have 45 people working. 
In march 2018 launched second revival Gomi Teni at Bangalore Craft Council store Kamalini it was great success. Gomi Teni as per historical research shows its a craft from 12th century. It was gifted gomi teni to daughter and daughter in law when they were expecting. The design on the gomi teni is a symbolic representation of jowar which is extensively grown in north karnataka. 
In Jan 2019 launched third revival Hubli saree at Bangalore and Chennai. 
In  October 2019 launched natural dyed khadi patteda anchu at dastkari haat samiti studio in New delhi. After that we have launched  other revivals such as lakundi, sada pata, dhotra and sudha kadi sarees. 
All these sarees were revived on the lines innovation in form of ready to wear and zero maintenance. This innovation was achieved using the combination of coarser and finer yarns in warp and weft. Each sarees comes with two pallus - one pallu is formal and other one is casual with striking colours. Younger population loves the ready to wear saree they feel its like jeans. The sarees were traditionally available in one colour palette maroon with mustard Border, we introduced ganga jamuna border in our collection with striking pallus. It was appreciated by our customers. 
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Our cluster Punarjeevana was started with revival project slowly and steadily it was converted into a sustenance model to survive the craft and artisans. We started with 2 weavers today we have 45 people working. 
Our cluster Punarjeevana was started with revival project slowly and steadily it was converted into a sustenance model to survive the craft and artisans. We started with 2 weavers today we have 45 people working. As we were providing fare wages more and more weavers wanted to associate with Punarjeevana.  During covid as our production went- we trained weavers in three shuttle and extra weft weaving techniques, dyers in natural dyeing and ecofriendly dyeing and also trained some of them in hand spinning to provide them with steady income. Some of the weavers are trained in kasuti embroidery so that they get steady income till we go back to full fledged weaving production. We are also training some weavers in Kaudi work for steady income.