A village committed to weaving cloth for national flag

UPDATED ON OCT 15, 2008 10:05 PM IST
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Manetha village in Rajasthan with the population of hardly 500 people holds a prominent position on the Indian map due to the committed approach of the weavers devoted to weaving the cloth for national flag. There are around 25 to 30 small cottage industries, which are fully engaged in weaving cotton cloth used in the Indian flag. With this, weaver earns around 100 rupees per day.


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