What is eri silk?

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  • What is eri silk?


Eri Silk (Assamese: এৰি ৰেচম) comes from the worm Samia cynthia ricini, found in North East of India and some parts of China and Japan.
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Eri Silk. Also known as Endi or Errandi, Eri is a multivoltine silk spun from open-ended cocoons, unlike other varieties of silk. Eri silk is the product ...
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Eri silk is also known as endi or errandi in India. Eri is known as the most eco-friendly amongst silk. “where does she come from? ...
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Eri silk is fully domesticated, ... I just want to make sure that the peace-silk folks think through the whole process with a clear understanding, ...
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Hand spun, hand woven silks are beautiful, graceful and a means of livelihood to a large population of the villagers in India. This is Eri silk which is ...
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Talk:Eri silk. This is the talk page for discussing improvements to the Eri silk article. This is not a forum for general discussion of the article's subject.
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