Sadou, the traditional Bedouin weaving using a floor loom, is among the most ancient industries in the Gulf. Using wool from camels and goats, it is used to make carpets, saddlebags and tent-houses.
She echoed the feelings of women participants from the UAE who are using age-old skills to display traditional style and food at the Sharjah Heritage Days to highlight the culture and heritage of olden days.
The women entrepreneurs believe that it is a great way of representing and showcasing the diversity that exists in their country. It gives them immense pleasure that the residents of various nationalities are keen and interested in their products and support them.
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