Chanderi is a small town in Madhya Pradesh, which is celebrated for its prominence in Indian history and age-old weaving tradition of Chanderi fabrics. It’s one of the biggest weaving industry which was patronised by the royal family of Gwalior who setup up a training centre to train and empower locals. With its beautiful colours and zari work, Chanderi weaves never fail to impress the ethnic fabric lovers. Every day a new story is weaved in the quaint town of Chanderi where every fourth house in the street is lined up with a loom. Most of the artisan’s work from their home whereas some work is carried out at the Chanderi Handloom Park, which was established in 2017 by the Ministry of Textile, to facilitate weavers with 240 looms. The weavers’ cluster of Chanderi is the biggest in the country with over 11000 weavers and around 5000 pit looms.