Indian cloth printer, illustration

Indian cloth printer, illustration

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Caption: Indian cloth printer. 19th Century illustration of a Chipi (or chimba) man printing a green cloth with a geometric design in India. Image from 'Tashrih al-aqvam, an account of origins and occupations of some of the sects, castes and tribes of India' (1825).

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