Vankar Murji Hamir
- Experience22 Years
- AwardsRepresented INDIA at the SAARC EXHIBITION on Handicrafts Development for Cultural Industries in November 2014 in Nepal; Represented INDIA at the Kuala Lumpur INTERNATIONAL CRAFT FESTIVAL 2015; Participated in the International Symposium on Natural Dyes organised by UNESCO and CCI India; Participation in Management Appreciation Program by The Center for Entrepreneurship Development - Gujarat; Participation at VIRASAT, CCRT Delhi.
- Annual TurnoverLess than 10 Lac
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Weaving, Shuttle Loom Weaving, Dyeing
Have an experience in both traditional weaving as well as shuttle loom weaving, since weaving has been a tradition in the family.
Cotton, Silk, Wool, Handloom
Dyeing and weaving of wool, silk and cotton is my Unique Selling Point (USP)
Handloom , Shuttle Loom Weave
The shuttle loom consists of a shuttle frame, which increases the pace of production, thereby making a major difference in the weave craft as compared to the traditional handloom.
MIRI Sarees Collection
Being not just an exotic collection of traditionally woven cotton and silk sarees, these reflect the passion and emotion of the weaver's craftsmanship.
MIRI Product Range
Check out the wide range of beautiful textile products that are being offered ....
Wools and Scarves
Not just cotton, we master in wool too....here's a glimpse of some cool scarve designs and productions , a perfect representation of the combo of tradition with modernity.......
Murji Hamir (father)
My father used to weave for the Rabari Community, their traditional wear items in wool and cotton. After taking the shuttle loom training in 1971, he used to weave and sell blankets, cotton bed covers and shawls, etc. in the local market. He had a good long 25 years of experience in this tradition, and also went on to serve as the Secretary of the Weavers' Cooperation in Bhujodi for 11 years