Which was the most important place for 'jamdani' weaving in medieval India?

Question
Which was the most important place for 'jamdani' weaving in medieval India?
Options
a. Dacca, Bengal
b. Lahore, Panjab
c. Meerut, United Province
d. None of the above
Answer
a
Solution-
★ Jamdani - It is a fine muslim textile produced in South Rupshi of Narayanganj district in Bangladesh.
★ Jamdani is woven febric in cotton with gold thread.
★ In 2013, this traditional art was declared as UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity.
★ It is a fusion of cloth making tachnique of Bengal and Muslims since 14th century.

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