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24 July 2024, 8:31 AM

Commercial Street – Nilima SilksOffering up to 10% discount till 15 November 2020, on the occasion of Dushara and Diwali

Nilima Silks Pvt Ltd, working under the guidance of silk mark of India is delighted to announce Launching of their new store at Commercial Street. The new store follows the exclusivity of Vanya (wild) silk – Tassar, Eri and Muga silk products along with an assortment of various other merchandise.

Nilima Silks was created to provide a self-sustaining model predominantly for the tribal silkworm rearers, rural women, yarn makers and handloom weaves of Jharkhand and Bihar. We maintain a sustainable and fair business model that values social accountability, love for nature and Indian traditions. Our endeavor is to preserve the heritage products of handloom and revive traditional crafts. Our team of experts collaborate with the artisans to improve weaving patterns, dying and painting techniques, and quilting and embroidery styles. Along the process, artisans are encouraged to improve their craft, build upon their skills and be abreast of contemporary design trends 

On display are exquisite Women’s wear- kurtis, blouses and lehengas, Men’s wear – kurtas and shirts. Handloom fabrics, silk sarees, silk stoles, Eri silk socks, ties and so on. Each product reflects the rich culture and tradition of Indian crafts. Nilima Silks promotes sustainable lifestyle handloom products striking a fine balance between the needs of the artisans, the customers and the environment.

Silk lovers of the city can enjoy the diverse range of products of all four commercially exploited silk – Mulberry, Tassar, Eri and Muga under one roof with the guarantee of purity. The exotic and exclusive silks of various silk clusters like Bhagalpur. Mysore and Banaras are available. Customers can find the most original and the latest designs at an affordable price. Our ambition is to be inherently sustainable and become one of India’s leading social entrepreneurial companies with a unique Farm to Fashion story.  

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