A handbag, also called purse in North American English, is a handled medium-to-large bag used to carry personal items.
Weaving centers in India are known to have made saris for royalty in the 12th and 13th centuries. Saris are women's garments made from a single long piece of fabric. By the time trading customs were established along the fabled Silk Road, India was well known for its woven textiles. Image of a cotton weaver in India, ca. 1782 Indian cotton weaver Regions, villages, and communities throughout India have unique weaving traditions with distinct customs and patterns. Depending on location, textiles may be woven from cotton, wool, or silk. Today, weaving remains important to India's economy with roughly 4.3 million people involved. The country even has a Ministry of Textiles.
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Lining Material: Cotton
Culture : India ( Inspiration )