A day in the life of a textile

Did you know? The first probably hint of my existence back in 34,000 BC was because historians found dyed flax fibres in a cave, in Republic of Georgia. For those of who who’re wondering who I am, let me introduce myself simpler. I am a textile, commonly referred to as a kapda, manufactured in the textile mills. To see me in making is actually a pretty interesting endeavor; a crafty method based on the speed and scale of the machinery defines me and my body. The introduction of modern manufacturing techniques, post industrialization, have successfully changed my appearance, attire and feel altogether. Unlike humans, we come into this world with a stamp. Humans have a family to call theirs while we, on the other hand, have a brand or a mill to call ours- Our creators! Once I am made, I have lakhs of brothers and sisters, who are stacked…