Let's celebrate coir

At the Santhigiri Festival 2012, there is plenty of stuff to browse and spend a useful few hours. One pavilion showcases everything about coir, including the rugged machines needed to process the raw material, the wheels and looms that make and weave the stands into sturdy cordage, and the attractive end products from winter wear jackets to carpets, and from foldable umbrellas to rugged furniture, and geo-textiles (download brochure about coir geo-textiles)


 The machine that processes coconut husk 

Coir ropes being woven in a loom

Furniture made of coir

Gandhiji's portrait made of coir



a very efficient planter

Coir jacket
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