The ladies of the Raj liked to have their clothes tailored. Thus began the finest tradition of tailoring that not even the post-Raj “readymade” culture could obliterate. CRC organized jobless tailors under masters, Sahiban Ali and Saiffuddin Mondol. They formed tailoring groups that have not been wanting for work ever since.
Women, working from home, have joined the profession. The hard-working ladies finally have the benefits of both worlds: the security of income and the convenience of home “offices”. The tailoring groups of CRC do a vast array of work: from finishing scarves to making modern kimonos, from stitching table napkins to making beautiful organic cotton tote bags.