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Starting this month Dr. Kotla Sai Krishna, MD DD, will address your queries on dermatology & cosmetology related issues. You could send in your queries to info@primetimeprism.com

 

Renowned for its handlooms, Andhra Pradesh is an ancient institution of hand-woven fabrics. It produces the most exclusive sarees and dress-material and dupattas having delicate and distinctive designs. Each saree boasts of an intricate 'pallu' and delicate border adorned with gold zari or thread work. The looms of Pochampalli, Uppada, Venkatagiri, Gadwal, Mangalagiri, Narayanpet and Dharmavaram are well-known for their silk and cotton sarees all over India. Usually, both the loom and the fabric are known by the name of the place or of the village. Each loom is recognized with its distinct weaving style and variety of fabric. In Andhra Pradesh and most other Southern states, cotton and silk are the two most preferred fabrics. Some of the famous handlooms of Andhra Pradesh are

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Accounting for more than 98% of the country's production of barites, mineral rich Andhra Pradesh (India) has almost a monopoly on ‘Chrysotile Asbestos’

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