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Expert on muslin urges young textile enthusiasts at JDBI to protect the rich Bengal legacy

Kolkata, Sept 12 (IBNS) The young generation of Indians should understand the legacy of India’s rich heritage in textiles and rise up to protect the dying traditions and revive the fabled craft of fine muslin, said top design-historian and author Dr Sonia Ashmore while addressing the students of textile science, clothing and fashion studies of J.D.Birla Institute (JDBI) here Wednesday.