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  • Hi, Will the Mora work in

    Hi,

    Will the Mora work in Mysore region? I presume it should work as the climatic conditions aren't any different from Punjab.

    Can you give me the contact details of a person who knows how to make this mora? I'd like to utilize his services to make one at our farm in Mysore and he can also give a training to a group of farm people in our region.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
  • It should work in Mysore too,

    It should work in Mysore too, 15-20 years back, we at Uttara Kannada used to have this done for storing the rice that was usually purchased in large quantity, that would be sufficient for the whole year including our farm labours. Used the similar technique. Its a art where only straw and cane ( ropes made of cane ) are used to created this round structure. I am afraid anyone really know this art anymore.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
  • Can you post a video on how

    Can you post a video on how to make a mora ?
    Thanks.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
  • My momis from mangalore and

    My momis from mangalore and in her childhood she said they used store rice the same way

    Posted by: Anonymous | 4 years ago | Reply
  • This seems to be a good

    This seems to be a good technique. As said the advantages are many. Though it will taken quite some amount of time and labor for making the mora, considering it lasts for two to three years, it is profitable. I do hope to meet some one who can teach me this art.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 4 years ago | Reply
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