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GoCoop Handloom Reviews / Ratings / Complaints is India’s first online Global marketplace that enables Handloom and Handicraft Co-operatives and artisans in connecting directly with Buyers. Pure silk saree remains forever – And of course, not just daughters, it is going to do you a lot of good to you too. A saree, after all, isn’t a cheap investment. An original Kanjivaram can cost you anywhere from Rs. 10,000 to Rs. One Lakh. A Jamdani saree, which takes months or even a year to weave, can cost you a fortune. Whether it is a cotton saree or a silk saree, it is your wardrobe staple and definitely close to your heart. So, why let some laundry goof ups ruin it? Read on to know some really easy hacks to lock their shine and keep your sarees forever new!

Marketplace brings together these producer organizations of weavers, artisans to collectively market their products online, thereby significantly reducing the cost of marketing, driving more efficiency and transparency in the Craft supply chain. The excitement is understandable when you unwrap a new saree and rush to try it on. However, before you throw the box that was delivered to your doorsteps, it is wise to just spare a minute or two to read the washing instructions. Usually, sarees are handloom and crafted manually. This is why you need to put in some extra care.

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Ethical Organisation For Certified Handlooms
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by Prerna Shah on Ethical Organisation For Certified Handlooms
Fine Quality Fabric

I found them finest in quality - bought thrice with them and all the handlooms were good quality stuff.

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