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 explain tassar silk ,   mooga silk   ,   kosa silk .................   .

Asked by Surya Prakash(teacher) , on 12/7/12

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Tussar silk

Tussar silk is produced from Tussar silkworms . These silkworms live in the wild in trees belonging to Terminalia species and Shorea robusta as well as other food plants found in South Asia.

Kosa silk

Kosa silk is a type of silk made from a thread produced by a worm similar to the silk worm which is basically produce in central india in Chattisgarh region.

Posted by Jyotsna Singh(student)on 13/7/12

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Tussar silk (alternatively spelled as Tassar and also known as Kosa Silk ) is produced from Tussar silkworms . These silkworms live in the wild in trees belonging to Terminalia species and Shorea robusta as well as other food plants found in South Asia.

Muga silk is the product of the silkwormendemic to Assam. Thelarvaeof these moths feed onsomandsualuleaves. The silk produced is known for its glossy fine texture and durability. Due to its low porosity the Muga yarn cannot be bleached or dyed and its natural golden color is retained. This silk can be hand-washed with its lustre increasing after every wash.

Posted by Manan Malpani(student)on 18/7/12

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Tussar silk (altrnatively spelled as tassar and also known as kosa Silk) is produced from tussar silkworms. These silkworms live in the wild in trees belonging to Terminalia species and shorea robusta as well as other food plans found in South Asia.

Moonga silk is the product of the silkworm endemic to Assam. the Larvae of these moths feed on som and suala leaves. The silk produced is known for its glossy fine texture and durability. Due to its low porostiy the moonga yarn connat be bleached or dyed and its natural golden colour is retained. This silk can be hand-washed with its lustre increasing after every wash.

Posted by Mulla Abdul Fah...(student)on 7/8/12

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