Udupi: A weavers training program organised for Udupi saree weavers by the Kadike Trust with a NABARD grant at the Talipady weavers' society, concluded on October 17. Ten new weavers were trained for four months during the program and joined Talipady weavers society as members.
Udupi saree weaving, which was on the verge of extinction, is on the revival path after the Kadike Trust started the "Save Udupi Saree Campaign".
Now, new weavers are joining the weaving profession after many decades in the Dakshina Kannada and Udupi districts.
Shree Arun Kumar D G M NABARD Karnataka along with Sangeetha Kartha D D M Mangalore visited the training centre and interacted with weavers and trainees.
During the closing ceremony, they expressed their satisfaction regarding the training programme and assured further support from the institution for similar programmes.
Kadike Trust president Mamatha Rai gave a brief description about the latest developments after the Udupi Saree revival work began.
Senior weavers of the society welcomed the new weaver members with shawls.
Society president Ananda Shettigar and senior trainers Mohini Shettigar and Madhava Shettigar M D of the Talipady society, Chikkappa Shetty Secretary Kadike Trust and weavers of the society were present.
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