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Posted by: 2016-04-11 00:25:04 , By Raj Kumar

After 100 years, the Bengal Home Industries Association has finally moved into its own home. Founded in 1916 by a group of intellectuals to give a boost to the swadeshi movement, the association had to run around from one rented place to another all these years. Touted as the country's first NGO to promote Bengal's handloom and handicraft, the association has bought its own outlet and reinvented itself to be in tune with the changing times.

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