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Classic ropes

They call it the Golden Fibre. These fibre are made out of a few plants and obviously eco-friendly. Though Sanal (in tamil சனல்) featured here is a rope made from jute is mainly used as a tying rope, especially paper packets, cartons etc, there are other uses too for this fibre.

Seen at a front of a shop at Pycrofts Road, Triplicane.

4 Comments to “Classic ropes”

  1. Eco-friendly I like! Very interesting…I’m not sure they sell such rope here. But the next time I’m in one of the home supply stores, I’m going to see if I can find it!

    Thanks so much for stopping by Ocala DP! Much appreciated!

    Ram: Pls do check availability and preferred usage of these eco-friendly items. I Follow Ocala DP … but my Firewall doesn’t allow me to comment. 🙂

  2. Abi

    Hi, nice to read ur posts. Just wanted to correct a spelling mistake – in tamil its called saNal – that is moonru suzhi Na. Hope u dont mind correcting. 🙂


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