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Booming Market: Computerized Embroidery Transforms Herat Fashion

Herat's computerized embroidery garment manufacturers say that recently, the market for computerized embroidery garments has flourished in the country.

A computerized embroidery garment factory in Herat produces and prepares hundreds of embroidered garments for sale every day.

The garments made here are transported to more than ten provinces.

Ghulam Sarwar Wahidi, the head of one of the computerized embroidery garment factories, told TOLOnews: "Thank God, the demand has increased. In Kabul, Kandahar, Ghazni, Nimroz, Farah, Ghor, and Herat, thank God, the demand has also increased. Now, the demand for these garments in the capital, Kabul, has increased."

Computerized embroidery garments have almost replaced handmade ones. Due to their low price, these clothes are widely used by people.

Iqbal Aarifi, the head of the computerized embroidery garment factory, explains: "Compared to handmade garments, they are much more suitable because they have higher quality and better stitching. We use original fabric, which is used in handmade garments."

Most citizens, who have economic problems, use computerized embroidery garments instead of handmade ones. Recently, the market for these clothes has flourished in Herat and other provinces.

Herat resident Noor Ahmad said: "Now, the conditions have changed, and it is no longer the time for handmade garments, which are expensive. The quality of machine-made garments is high and is used like handmade ones."

Ramin Amiri, a seller of computerized embroidery garments, also said: "This year, sales have increased significantly compared to previous years because the quality, craftsmanship, and fabric used in these garments are good."

Wearing computerized embroidery garments during Eid is common among citizens, especially in Kandahar and Herat provinces. Many young people are eager to wear such clothes.

Booming Market: Computerized Embroidery Transforms Herat Fashion

A computerized embroidery garment factory in Herat produces and prepares hundreds of embroidered garments for sale every day.

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Herat's computerized embroidery garment manufacturers say that recently, the market for computerized embroidery garments has flourished in the country.

A computerized embroidery garment factory in Herat produces and prepares hundreds of embroidered garments for sale every day.

The garments made here are transported to more than ten provinces.

Ghulam Sarwar Wahidi, the head of one of the computerized embroidery garment factories, told TOLOnews: "Thank God, the demand has increased. In Kabul, Kandahar, Ghazni, Nimroz, Farah, Ghor, and Herat, thank God, the demand has also increased. Now, the demand for these garments in the capital, Kabul, has increased."

Computerized embroidery garments have almost replaced handmade ones. Due to their low price, these clothes are widely used by people.

Iqbal Aarifi, the head of the computerized embroidery garment factory, explains: "Compared to handmade garments, they are much more suitable because they have higher quality and better stitching. We use original fabric, which is used in handmade garments."

Most citizens, who have economic problems, use computerized embroidery garments instead of handmade ones. Recently, the market for these clothes has flourished in Herat and other provinces.

Herat resident Noor Ahmad said: "Now, the conditions have changed, and it is no longer the time for handmade garments, which are expensive. The quality of machine-made garments is high and is used like handmade ones."

Ramin Amiri, a seller of computerized embroidery garments, also said: "This year, sales have increased significantly compared to previous years because the quality, craftsmanship, and fabric used in these garments are good."

Wearing computerized embroidery garments during Eid is common among citizens, especially in Kandahar and Herat provinces. Many young people are eager to wear such clothes.

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