For the first time in the country, Manipuri made yarn from the pulp of the banana tree. The sari was woven by the weaving artist Radhavati Devi of Moulvibazar Kamalganj. This saree went to Bandarban at the request of the Deputy Commissioner of Bandarban SHE weaved.
Administrator Yachmin Parveen Tibriji christened the saree ‘Kalabati’ after the weaver’s name from the Bandarban district. Tantra was initially derived from a banana plant, as it is known. After instruction, various materials are derived from this Tantra. Present, the lecturer of Bandarban University stated that the most recent Manipuri weaver, Radhavati Devi of Kamalganj, took on the challenges posed by this Tantra and successfully created a saree after 15 days of toil. Banana thread makes sarees and other handicrafts at the Ninis’ residence.
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Radhavati was assisted in this work by the lecturer Saying Saying Uh Nini
Atiya Chowdhury, the assistant director of Bandarban’s Women Affairs Directorate. Bandarban Women’s Affairs Department Deputy Director Atiya said, “From the plantain tree at the initiative of the district administrator.” Bandarban is the first place in the world to produce saris. It’s what we do for a living. I helped the knitter out. We have the workforce and can offer instruction. We successfully produced sarees for commercial sale using ancient techniques and cutting-edge technology. The manager will take the lead. ‘I came to Bandarban and woven the saree in answer to the summons of the district administrator,’ said Radhavati Devi, a Manipuri weaver from Kamalganj. I’ve heard this from all the local Manipuri saree weavers: avoid blame by denying wrongdoing. You managed to overcome the obstacle anyhow. I have been using yarn to create various items, including sarees, since 1975.
In contrast, banana yarn The art of saree making was foreign to me. I sat on the loom with three other coworkers for 15 gruelling days trying to make a Jamdani Designer banana yarn saree. Five hundred grammes of regular yarn Banana yarn can be used in places where traditional silk saris are created. A saree requires roughly one kilogramme of fabric. Bananas are used in the production of yarn. The quality of the saree can be improved by research and the production of high-quality yarn. Moulvibazar Ibunghal Singh Shyamal, secretary of the Manipuri Cultural Complex, has stated, “From the Tantra of the banana tree,” The process of creating yarn for a saree is an impressive one. Radhavati, a weaver from around here, has succeeded greatly with this piece. Banana pulp fibre:
Several weavers’ lives will improve if sarees can be manufactured and sold because the cost of yarn continues to rise. As I requested, the government must implement a technologically advanced banana tree system. Therefore, commercial production of Sutar sarees is warranted. About this groundbreaking initiative, Bandarban Yachmin Deputy Commissioner Parveen Tibriji remarked, “Tourist city Bandarban is mainly about tourists.” The local women have been using the banana tree’s trunk to fashion several valuable and decorative items. The popularity of these handmade goods among vacationers With this in mind, the initiative to create sarees out of banana plant tissue was taken. Sarees may be made quickly and cheaply from banana plant tissue. On the first try, we were successful. Kalavati, the Tantra saree woven from banana trees, will surely be a hit with vacationers.
He also said, ‘Sarees have been successfully made from the Tantra of the banana tree has been I don’t know of any other banana plant in Bangladesh. Has anyone made a sari from yarn? If not, This will be the first sari of banana thread.’