- Department Head: Assistant Director
- Address: Textile & Handicraft, Changlang District, email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org Contact: 03808-222920(O), 9436054054
- Total number of Government Craft Centers: – 2 (Changlang and Miao)
- Total number of Government Weaving Centers: – 5 (Nampong, Manmao, Vijoynagar, Jairampur and Bordumsa)
- Total number of Government Sericulture Farms: – 5 (Changlang, Nampong and Bordumsa)
- Total number of Government Sales Emporium: – 3 (Changlang, Miao and Nampong)
- Number of Trades under Craft Centers/Weaving: – Weaving, Knitting, Tailoring, Beads Making, Wood Curving, Cane and Bamboo
- Production Scheme under Craft Centre: – Weaving, Cane and Bamboo, Wood Curving, Beads and Necklace making
- Under Revolving Fund Scheme: – Government Sales Emporium, Changlang
- Under Cluster Development of Hand-looms: – 1. Changlang Hand-loom Cluster, Industries, Jairampur Hand-loom Cluster, Yarn Depot of both the Cluster running successfully
- ANNUAL REVENUE / SALES PROCEED DEPOSITED BY THE SALES EMPORIUM DISTRCIT CHANGLANG DURING THE LAST FIVE YEARS.
Sl. No. PARTICULARS AMOUNT 1. During the year 2013-14 Rs. 8,94,896.00 2. During the year 2014-15 Rs. 8,54,190.00 3. During the year 2015-16 Rs. 7,56,578.00 4. During the year 2016-17 Rs. 6,72,868.00 5. During the year 2017-18 Rs. 8,29,278.00
- IMPLEMENTATION OF CHIEF MINISTER’S INDIGENOUS TEXTILE PRMOTIONAL SCHEME (CMITPS) UNDER CHANGANG DISTRICT.
Sl. No. PARTICULARS Total no. of target during the year REMARKS 1. During the year 2014-15 (Changlang, Khimiyang, Miao, Nampong & Bordumsa) 238 Nos. Distribution of Acrylic Yarn to the all Beneficiaries. 2. During the year 2015-16 (Changlang, Khimiyang, Miao, Nampong & Bordumsa) 116 Nos. Improve type frame Hand loom – 1 Set Acrylic Yarn, Charkha etc. 3. During the year 2016-17 (Changlang, Khimiyang, Miao, Nampong & Bordumsa) 400 Nos. Distribution Cotton Yarn to the all Beneficiaries. 4. During the year 2017-18 (Changlang, Khimiyang, Miao, Nampong & Bordumsa) 200 Nos. -do-
- UNDER HANDLOOM CLUSTER DEVELOPMENT SCHEME.
The Jairampur Handloom Cluster was implemented under Nampong & Jairampur Sub-Division by providing 15 Nos. of Individual Workshed and 1 No. of Group Workshed and also providing Solar Lamp to selected 20 Nos. beneficiaries in different areas of Jairampur & Nampong Circle. In addition to that 2 Nos. of Yarn Depot is also running in Regional Mill gate Price.
- UNDER DEEN DAYAL UPADHAYA BUNKAR YOJANA (DDUBY) SCHEME.
Total 60 Nos. of Weavers/Beneficiaries loan application forwarded to the Bank in different Branches of Changlang, Jairampur, Miao, Bordumsa, Kharsang & Diyun SBI and Co-operative Apex Bank.
- UNDER BORDER AREA DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME (BADP) SCHEME.
Total 480 Nos. beneficiaries both boys & girls was successfully 2 Months training programme in “Capacity Building & Skill Development Training Programme against CD’Block of Changlang, Khimiyang, Manmao, Nampong, Kharsang Border Block in different trades like Weaving, Knitting, Tailoring, Cane & Bamboo, Electrical & Plumber etc.
People and Traditional Dresses
The people living in Changlang District are of many colourful tribal groups. They are Tangsas, Singphos, Tutsas, Lisu (Yobin) and their sub-tribes. The Tangsa tribe is the major tribe which comprises of many sub-tribes. The people of Changlang is well known for weaving which is a part of every household. Weaving has played an important role in displaying the culture and traditions of each tribe. Every tribe has their own unique designs on their dresses for both men and women. The Tangsas and Singphos men generally wear woven chequer pattern lungi (Khaithung) of black and green colour, lined with red, yellow and white yarn and shirt (Samtong), bag (Khak), and a turban (Khuphok). The original dress of Tangsa and Tutsa men consist of woven loin cloth which is called a Lenguti(Rai). In earlier days the women wore a very typical a small piece of woven dress which measured 39 inch in length and 12 inch breadth with geometrical pattern such as Zig-Zag band with internal repetition, rectangular cross hatching chequer and lozenges which was worn around the waist down to the knee bone. This beautiful piece of dress of their own make is called Khosa or Khatsa with a colour combination red, green, black, white & blue. A unique two piece woven cloth with colour combination of blue, yellow, red & white measuring 34 inch in length and 18 inch breadth decorated with a rough band of needle work sewn across the breadth. This dress was worn around both the shoulders. But with the march of time all the tribes have changed their costume greatly. They have experimented their dresses with varities of colour combination but using the same age old pattern and motif which resulted in a very beautiful eye catching costume for both men and women. The people of Changlang District loves their traditional costumes and proudly showcase them during occasions like festivals, weddings etc.