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silk is very fine, delicate and soft fabric. It is the most preferred textile all over the world to make high-end and luxurious clothing due to this.
In India too, silk is the top choice when it comes to clothes for grand celebrations and festivities. Particularly, mulberry silk is very popular for being light with a natural sheen and super adaptable. Even the world-famous and expensive Kanchipuram silk sarees are also woven using mulberry silk.
Sadly, many unscrupulous individuals take advantage of this by selling counterfeit silk products that are made using synthetic fibres. These counterfeit silk goods mimic the genuine ones so well that it becomes difficult for a common person to tell it apart.
Even though there are many ways to check and see if your silk is pure or not, this isn’t very helpful when you’re looking to buy silk. So, the Silk Mark Organisation of India, a society set-up by the Central Silk Board of India, has come up with a certification in the form of Silk Mark for silk textiles.