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Weavers in Varanasi make traditional 'Banarasi saree' for Michelle Obama

ANI | 24 Jan 2015, 03:33 am
Varanasi, Jan 23 (ANI): Weavers of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's constituency were busy making traditional attire 'sarees' for US first lady Michelle Obama, who would accompany President Barack Obama on his India visit. Barack Obama will arrive in India on Sunday for the second time during his tenure, to build on what he calls one of the defining relationships of the 21st century. Obama will be accompanied by Michelle Obama on his three-day trip and is expected to travel to tour Taj Mahal, about 200 km south of the capital. Meanwhile, weavers in temple town of Varanasi were busy preparing popular 'Banarasi sarees' for Michelle Obama that will be gifted by Modi to her. The saree, named after Varanasi's old name Banaras, is one of the defining products of the city's handloom sector.

Weavers in Varanasi make traditional 'Banarasi saree' for Michelle Obama

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