Khademul Islam is a writer and translator. He is currently working on a nonfiction book forthcoming from Bloomsbury UK.
Along the fertile banks of a few rivers in Bengal, there once grew the world’s finest cotton. From it were woven the original, gossamer cloths called muslin, prized by Mughal emperors, envied by British industrialists and, by 1900, forgotten by all. Until now.
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