Dhokra is a women-run art form, where the aesthetic imaginations of rural women give birth to a varied range of Dhokra products reflecting a classic fusion of indigenous craftsmanship and utility. Villages like Kulator, Sahabhita, Chauduyar, Dhamdhol, Sonapur, Gabi, Kokna, Goalpara, Shibrampur, Gonirajpur, Moapukur and Krishnabati in Uttar Dinajpur and Barattha, Mahishbathan, Goalgaon, Kachra in Dakshin Dinajpur are major clusters of Dhokra weaving. Under the aegis of this project, a total of 976 weavers have been trained in both Uttar and Dakshin Dinajpur clusters in RCCH phase II. While the weavers have been trained on innovative design and motif creation, their capacities have also been built on setting of looms, dyeing of yarns, stitching, use of finer yarns and other ancillary skills. New and innovative product range like bags, pouches, jackets have been developed.  The weavers have also been trained on business strategy, communication, costing strategy, digital and financial skills so that they not only derive the capability to initiate and sustain independent entrepreneurial ventures but also derive the ability to communicate about the history and practice of their aesthetic tradition to outsiders. The trainings have also resulted in creation of a range of innovative and diversified products of high market value.