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Whom did the British Governments appoint to supervise weavers, collect supplies and examine the quality of cloth?
Gomasthas were appointed for the supervising of weavers, collecting supplies and examining the quality of cloth. The East India company of textiles appointed paid labour servants who were responsible for supervising weavers, collecting the supplies and examining the quality of cloth they were called “GOMASTHAS”.
A gomastha of eighteenth-century a wooden painting.
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