All I can say is wow.....why was this incredible place not packed? I was literally the only guest late today and was incredibly impressed. The museum is in a beautifully restored havela (sp?) that was honored by UNESCO and chronicles the history of the long-abandoned village and its rich history in textile hand blocking. AND functions as a commune keeping the tradition alive thanks to local artisans and foreign designers who come to enrich their own craft. This is a place for those who love fabric and color and amazing arcitecture; those whon don't can sit for a peaceful 45 minutes having a coffee in the lovely outdoor cafe.
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