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|Born||Jorhat, Assam, India|
|🏫 Education||National Institute of Fashion Technology|
The North East-Institute of Advanced Studies (NE-IAS) felicitated Phukan along with other 12 distinguished women for her contribution to fashion industry.
COVID-19 pandemic and annual floods are leaving Assam's handloom weavers with little to stay afloat; there is looming uncertainty pervading their livelihoods & future. In an interview on such situation, she said that:
Weavers are our backbone. I have currently 25 weavers, who have been working with me for the last six years. If we don’t help them in these trying times, they have nowhere to go. I am paying them full salary and accommodation till now, though there is hardly any revenue in the recent months.
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