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Mura Collective was started in 1998 as a response to a deeply felt personal need and intent to establish work spaces for marginalised (special needs) persons. A chance meeting with the late Mr. Toofan Rafai, the grand old dad of natural dyes got the promoters hooked to Natural dyes , specially Indigo. A subsequent chance “stumbling upon” the Kyoto Shibori museum catalog, completed the magic! Pioneers in bringing Shibori into mainstream textiles, Mura is a known brand in the handcrafted textile industry, and has received the UNESCO Seal of Excellence 4 times, for the high quality of Design and workmanship of its products. It continues to receive not just groups of students from NID, Nift, Pearl, etc, as visitors, but also international tourists from across the globe. A typical tour of Mura would include witnessing the various stages of the Shibori process live, followed by the captivating process of Indigo dyeing.
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