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Mohenjadaro of the Indus Valley civilization that thrived 5000 years ago. Among the many household
items unearthed were needles made of bone and spindles made of wood amply suggesting the use of homespun cotton to make garments. Fragments of woven cotton found rather explicitly allay any 
doubts. A high degree of technical excellence in the field of pottery making, sculpture (metal, stone 
and terracotta), jewellery, weaving among others suggest a very rich artistic tradition. These pioneering Indian craftsmen not only catered to all the local needs but also sent the surplus to distant Arabian ports via ancient sea routes.

The Rig Veda, the most ancient tradition of documented wisdom contains references to weavers and weaving. The ancient Indian epics - Ramayana and Mahabharata also speak of a variety of fabrics of those times. The Ramayana refers to the rich styles worn by the aristocracy on one hand and the simple clothes worn by the commoners and ascetics.