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WomenWeave

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Exquisite stoles

I am so glad we walked across to Woman Weave near Gadi Khana in Maheshwar. It is a wonderful centre... read more

Reviewed October 3, 2018
Deccanhp
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Pune
via mobile
SHOPPING THAT NEVER HURTS, A must go-to destination!

Woven out of love and passion, the khadi and silk products at Womenweave are to die for. A... read more

Reviewed September 14, 2018
FatimaR1546
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Udaipur, India
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Reviewed October 3, 2018 via mobile

I am so glad we walked across to Woman Weave near Gadi Khana in Maheshwar. It is a wonderful centre for training and production of hand woven khadi, silk and wool. Women make these beautiful materials and the designs are gorgeous. Available at a fraction...More

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Reviewed September 14, 2018

Woven out of love and passion, the khadi and silk products at Womenweave are to die for. A beautiful campus, where women artisans create one of the best quality textile products in the country. Away from the busy markets, womenweave is located near the tehsil...More

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Reviewed July 4, 2018

The women weave project encompasses the Gudi Mudi local weavers and women empowerment movement.It is located within the Maheshwar fort where other successful weavers activity has been held . This is training and employing about 200 local rural women and giving them training in various...More

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Reviewed February 23, 2018

Womenweave is an amazing centre for khadi weaving and pioneers in empowering women weavers of the region. You can see the entire weaving process and also pick up some great buys at the adjoining shop. The folks are knowledgeable and the Gudimudi project is such...More

1  Thank cappysthebest
Reviewed December 11, 2017

We were welcomed with open arms and had been showed around professionally. It was a touching and emotional visit - to see the women being trained in order to build there self-employment. Best practice project for rural India. Great quality fabrics! Thanks for all the...More

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Reviewed November 16, 2017 via mobile

It was on one of my visits to meet up with a few friends in Maheshwar, I chanced upon the Gudimudi project by Women Weave. From the tour of the production unit and experiencing the process of weaving, and to being enthralled by the life...More

Thank SaileshR35
Reviewed February 19, 2017 via mobile

As the name suggests, this is a project to support women in handloom weaving. It is a cleverly designed project to suit local environments. They employ women in need of livelihood. They train young ones in the handloom school to pass weaving techniques to next...More

1  Thank globetrottingloner
Reviewed February 16, 2017

During a recent visit to Maheshwar, I encountered Nivedita Rai. As we chatted about local weaving she mentioned a project called Women Weave and invited me to visit. The workshop is in Mudi Gudi area. I arrived to find a lovely courtyard surrounded by a...More

Thank molens
Reviewed February 14, 2017

Its an amazing experience to see the whole process of making cloth from cotton roving. The best part is the whole process does not involve any power/electricity machines at any stage. Its all done by local weavers. The quality and texture of the fabric is...More

1  Thank Pawan_Ghosliya
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