The weavers related to handloom are weaving the material in their lifestyles. In the similar vein, by means of weaving tie dye sarees, the lifetime of Mr. Sanjay has additionally turn out to be satisfied. This tale is of Mr. Sanjay Meher, resident of village Singhoda of Saraipali tehsil of Mahasamund district. Who’re doing their conventional trade weaving since formative years. Mayuri sarees made by means of him have a really perfect call for available in the market. The forte of this saree is that the saree is ready in two days by means of giving the dabi design within the fringe of the saree, flora within the pallu and animal motifs within the saree. Via weaving it, they get a weaving salary of 1200 rupees.
He instructed that from the time of his father and grandfather, he used to weave two saris and promote them from village to village. Because of this, he used to earn 500 to 1000 rupees, because of which his complete circle of relatives may infrequently undergo the bills. Mr. Sanjay instructed that these days he’s weaving several types of sarees like paper, mahali, babata, tie dye sarees of designs. The weaving of those sarees offers a weaving salary of 2 and a part to a few thousand rupees in keeping with sari, because of which these days they may be able to teach their one son and two daughters and make stronger their circle of relatives very simply with the source of revenue earned from weaving. Huh. As of late he has 4 acres of cultivable land, a motor cycle and his personal pucca space, all this has been conceivable simplest during the source of revenue from weaving. Shri Sanjay Meher has joined the Weavers Committee since 2010-11 and is engaged in weaving sarees of quite a lot of designs. He instructed that he’s doing weaving Odia Tie Dye Saree since closing 40 years. As of late tie dye Sambalpuri sarees are ready by means of them starting from 1000 to ten,000 rupees. He mentioned that he had won directions from the senior officials of the Village Industries Division to provide the development of sarees belonging to Odisha province within the border districts of Chhattisgarh. Beneath which Kadambani sarees have been ready and introduced by means of the weavers contributors of Virendra Bahadur Weavers Cooperative Society Maryadit Saldih. Which is being bought in Bilasa handloom. Because of this, the weavers are getting an financial build up of their source of revenue.