Magan Sangrahalaya Samiti (MSS) based in Wardha, Maharashtra, is a non-governmental organization that started in 2003, which aims to empower the women community from the rural areas of the district while restoring traditional crafts of Indian culture. It supports self-help groups and micro-enterprises that rest on eco-friendly means, run by women. MSS has been regarded for their development of new techniques of natural dyeing and recycling the effluents of a natural dyeing unit, by the Department of Science and Technology, Govt. of India, which has taken the unit a long way in their eco-friendly operations run. MSS uses both block printing and fresh leaf printing technique on Khadi. In hand block printing, the wooden block is made out of a wooden piece chiseled and carved with an indented design, using a hammer, file, nails, etc. At times, linoleum blocks are also used for printing purposes.
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