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Ikat Textiles of India

G.K. Ghosh (Author)
Synopsis Ikat is otherwise known as tie and dye textile design known round the world. Some experts are of the opinion that the technology came from far eastern countries since the term Ikat is of Malayan origin. But study reveals it started and developed in India also at least in certain clusters like Orissa, Gujarat and Andhra Pradesh and upto certain extent in north, east and north eastern India. The book made a detailed study on this craft, comparative studies of various technologies in various clusters, societies and economy besides drawing action plan. It is hoped that this book should be of help to researchers, planners, textile technologists and social scientists. The book also contains selected photographs.
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About the author

G.K. Ghosh

G.K. Ghosh, is a Graduate in Chemical Engineering having vast experience in organized sector, small and tiny sector Industries. He was deputed to work for relief and rehabilitation programme of India's two major disasters such as Earthquake in Gujarat and Super Cyclone in Orissa. A prolific writer, who wrote over 40 books covering wide range of subjects, such as Environment, Anthropology, Women Development and so on. Over 50 articles has bee published in journals of repute in English, Oriya and Bengali. He has also presented over 40 papers in India Behavioral Science. He has trained by UNIDO and ILO on Cluster Development in ILO International Training Centre in Turin, Italy.

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Title Ikat Textiles of India
Author G.K. Ghosh
Format Hardcover
Date published: 01.01.2000
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 817648167X
length xvi+145p., Illustrations; Plates; Bibliography; Index; 26cm.