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Mahalekshmi Silks


Mahalakshmi Silks, Kottayam Kerala’s one of the largest saree showrooms in central Travancore.
Thiruvalla will be wrapped in Genuine Silks for the first time. Mahalakshmi Silks is a branded textile showroom and authentic expertise in silk and fashion dresses. Mahalakshmi Silks is rooted in its rich heritage of silk and fashion dresses. Mahalakshmi Silks focus of the customer taste and experience in choosing the genuine silk. Mahalakshmi silks is located in Thiruvalla. Mahalakshmi Silks Thiruvalla, Central Travancore’s finest branded showroom, is proud to present before you an explosion of dazzling silks right here in Thiruvalla. At Mahalakshmi Silks, our relationships are of utmost importance to us. We are deeply grateful to our suppliers and associates who have supported us in every Endeavour. We solicit your continued support on this momentous occasion, as we prepare to wrap Thiruvalla in the finest of silks.

Origin Of Silk
Chinese legend gives the title Goddess of Silk to Lady Hsi-Ling-Shih, wife of the mythical Yellow Emperor, who was said to have ruled China in about 3000 BC. She is credited with the introduction of silkworm rearing and the invention of the loom. Half a silkworm cocoon unearthed in 1927 from the loess soil astride the Yellow River in Shanxi Province, in northern China, has been dated between 2600 and 2300 BC. Another example is a group of ribbons, threads and woven fragments, dated about 3000 BC, and found at Qianshanyang in Zhejiang province. More recent archeological finds – a small ivory cup carved with a silkworm design and thought to be between 6000 and 7000 years old, and spinning tools, silk thread and fabric fragments from sites along the lower Yangzi River – reveal the origins of sericulture to be even earlier.

Silk Today
World silk production has approximately doubled during the last 30 years in spite of man-made fibers replacing silk for some uses. China and Japan during this period have been the two main producers, together manufacturing more than 50% of the world production each year. During the late 1970’s China, the country that first developed sericulture thousands of years ago dramatically increased its silk production and has again become the world’s leading producer of silk.

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