Ajay Tamta, the Indian Minister of State for Textiles recently said during a conference that developing the silk sector as a feasible option for livelihood in north-eastern states is a high priority for his ministry. Textile Minister was attending the three-day 8th International Conference on Wild Silk in Guwahati which was organized by the International Society for Wild Silk Moths (Japan) and Central Silk Board. North-East India states produce all four varieties of silk - muga, eri, tassar and mulberry. Muga, it is known for its golden color and endemic species of Assam. A report says about 3.1 lakh families in Assam are associated with the silk sector and the development of this sector will help in elevating the economic condition of these families. More Visit -http://apnadesign.com/sale/ethnic/kurta-kurtis.html\n
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