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: "Mishing weave" on padmini silk (singal pieces )
Mishing derives from the two word Mi and Yashing. Men is termed as "Mi" while "Yashing" means Fair or Worthy. So Mishing considers as man of worthiness. To depict non-indigenous outsiders the word Mipak is used extensively. The traditional craft of weaving is a very bright aspect of Mishing culture. It is an exclusive preserve of the Mishing woman, who starts her training in the craft even before she reaches her teens. For the male, she weaves cotton jackets, light cotton towels, endi shawls, thick loin cloths, and, occasionally, even shirtings. For women she weaves a variety of clothes, such as ege "the lower garment of Mishing women", rihbi (a sheet with narrow stripes, wrapped to cover the lower garment and the blouse), gaseng (used for the same purpose as that of a rihbi, but having, unlike a rihbi, broad stripes of contrastive colours), Misings used to grow cotton and obtain cotton yarn by spinning. The use of endi yarn, obtained from worms fed on leaves of castor-oil plants, was probably common amongst them. However, they learnt the use of muga (silk obtained from silkworms fed on a kind of tall tree, called som in Assamese) and of paat (silk obtained from silkworms fed mulberry leaves) from their neighbours in the valley. Even now Mishing women weave cloths, using muga and paat silk, very sparingly. Thus weaving cotton clothes is the principal domain of the Mishing weaver. #Mishingweave #indiahandloom #powerofregionalclothing #ilovehandloom #ilovefashion #lovefashionabless #fasionsmakesfeelgood #fashionisfeelgood #fashionwonders #sareenotsorry #sixyardsofsheerelegance #storiesofilika #northeasternhandloom #Handwoven #indiahandloom #powerofregionalclothing #staystylish #stylewithelegence #stylestatementsmadesimple #fashionilika #fashionwithdignity #fashionblogger
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