A rare and luxurious wild, vanya silk with a rustic, golden yellow tone, produced exclusively in Assam, northwest India, from the indigenous, semi-domesticated Antheraea assamensis silkworm fed on aromatic leaves.

Muga silk is a traditional fabric, prized for its natural lustre, glossy texture and extreme resilience.

It can be beautifully embroidered and used in wall hangings, for quilts and exquisite upholstery; it may also be dyed.

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