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Rajagopuram
Embroidery

01. Measured an area of 86x63 cms
02. Covered an area of 6.9 sq.ft.
03. Has as many as 82,875 stitches.
04. Total thread length 720 metres
05. Of ten different colours giving
a three dimensional effect.
06. With frame.

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This Project was launched by Mr. K. Rajaraman then District Collector in January 1998.
TILUNE- TOWERING GOAL

The skyline of the historical city of Trichy has alwasy been dominated by the imposing gopuram or tower of the ancient Sri Ranganatha Swamy Temple at Srirangam. Recently, a group of enterprising ladies of Trichy Undertook the mammoth task of reproducing the Rajagopuram in Cross Stitch on canvas. Their aim? To express the rich traditions of Indian culture and spititualism in a unique act of human endeavour. And, if possible, to enter the Guinness Book of World Records.



Innovation at display
KNITTING FOR A NOBLE CAUSE

Innovation is second nature to women. When it comes to some artwork or handicraft, their improvisation will be in full play to make the product a valuable one.

Members of the Tiruchi Innovative Ladies United Needle Work Association work together for a just cause. The TILUNA has embarked on an ambitious project with a noble end.

The members did cross-stitching of the Srirangam Rajagopuram on canvas, and selling the pieces to raise money for establishing a training centre-cum-school for the mentally challenged.

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TILUNA to donate Rs.4000/- for Kargil Fund,
Payment received by Mr. Moorthi, District Collector in 20th July 1999.