Libraries at University of Nebraska-Lincoln


Date of this Version

Winter 1-9-2022

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Indigenous wisdom uncovered in the past has been determined to be valuable and necessary for modern society's survival. It may also be stated to be a part of some culture's or society's everyday existence. Handloom weaving is one of the Mizo people's necessities since it may be utilized to make a broad variety of various designed handloom items. This study describes how the Mizo tribe's handloom weaving is done and the significance of handloom weaving in Mizo civilization. As a source of knowledge, libraries play an important role in protecting and preserving diverse types of knowledge in various formats. It is the most trustworthy organization to take on this duty considering the falling need for indigenous knowledge because of technological values.

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