Nalla Vijay a weaver from Telangana has made a saree that can be fitted even into a matchbox. It takes two weeks for the Nalla Vijay to weave the feather-light saree.
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Nalla Vijay made this incredible innovation in just a few days
Nalla Vijay is a resident of the Rajanna Sircilla district. The young handloom weaver has woven the saree with his extraordinary skills. And He took just two weeks to weave the saree with his hands and it costs Rs 12,000. However, the same saree will take three days to weave on machines, and costs Rs 8,000.
Vijay continuing the family tradition
Also, saree weaving is being a family tradition in Vijay’s house. And he is continuing that talent. Vijay told he is drawing inspiration from his father Nalla Parandhamulu. And for a long time, he is weaving sarees on the handloom.
State ministers assured of providing essential help to the Weaver
Vijay presented his fine handwoven saree before state ministers K. Taraka Rama Rao, V. Srinivas Goud, P. Sabitha Indrareddy and Errabelli Dayakar Rao. The ministers fascinated by the incredible work of the weaver. They all praised the talented young weaver and enquired about the material used and the process of weaving. Vijay gifted a saree to Sabitha Indrareddy.
The ministers said when they first heard that someone made a saree that can be fitted into a matchbox, they got eager to see the bright-minded weaver and his work. And then assured him to provide all the possible help for his innovation.
Nalla Vijay also said that “State government is helping the Sorcilla’s handbook sector. And we are getting a lot of new technologies and tools to make our works productive.
Earlier, Vijay displayed his woven sarees at World Telugu Conference in 2017. Moreover, he had also gifted a fine silk saree to then US president Barack Obama’s wife Michelle Obama when the couple had come to India in 2015.