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 Textiles of Kuki Tribes of Manipur
The textiles of the old Kuki tribes of Manipur such as Korens and Anals bear influence of the Angami and Meithei designs, while those of the new Kukis like the Thadous are identical to the textile technology of Nagas.
 Textiles of Naga Tribes of Manipur
The Textiles of the Nagas settled in Manipur comprise those of the Rongmeis, Maram and Mao Nagas and Tangkhul Nagas who’s most popular product are their shawls.
 Textiles of Different Tribes of Manipur
Textile weaving amongst the Manipur tribal belts in the hills has also evolved from the traditional hand spinning and dyeing technology to contemporary coloured mill yarns. The prominent products of these tribes include the women Sarong, shawls of Tangkhul Nagas and Puans of Mizo Kukis.
 Other Textiles of Manipur
Textiles of Manipur also encompass cotton and silk weaved textiles, some of which were only meant to be used by the noble men until independence after which they were open to the commoners.
 Textile Crafts of Kashmir
The vibrant culture of Jammu and Kashmir is also reflected in the textile crafts of the state, comprising the much famous Pashmina shawls, carpets and Namdah rugs, Pherans, chain stitch and crewel work with distinct embroideries.
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