Textiles sourced from finest raw materials and woven by skilled reputed weavers are associated with affluent societies in the country. It preserved as collectibles passed on for generations and is worn with pride. The coveted Kishuthara is a silk textile sourced from Khoma village. The weaving skill of the women in Khoma village is unparalleled. The silk fabrics are considered a premium and the intricate pattern design takes intense labor. It takes up to six months or more to produce one complete product. Traditionally the textile is used to produce the national dress for women however other range of accessories such as bags is also made. While visiting the village, tourists can watch these women work the traditional back loom and their skillful art work and also consider buying their product.

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    • Dedicated English speaking tour guide
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    • 3-star accommodation (twin sharing)
    • Daily 3 meals (B/L/D)
    • Airport transfers
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