there is not coincident with the concept of TAJMahala and its consequences after the completion of one of the magnificent wonders in the in the world. I had opportunity to visit one wonder in the world- that is Eiffel Tower in Paris, and i become one of the few fortunate Bangladeshi got all the view of Paris standing upon the tower.-ok, I am sorry I lost the track.
the magnificent mahal was built through giving remuneration to its labors through cutting their fingers. I am not sure what was the logic behind cutting fingers of so many people. but believe me or not what was not happen for Dacca Muslin. the dhaka muslin is possible to make even today, if you know the technical barriers and accordingly take measures.
Dacca muslin is pure cotton fabric, and the cotton has the most surprising properties which no other textile fibers has. that is cotton gain its strength while absorbing water or moisture, while no other textile fibers in the world has such exceptional property.
this property of cotton fiber has given birth of 200-400 cotton yarn. it is true that to convert cotton fiber into such higher count yarn, one must need expertise, devotion, patient and concentration. high humid region is the only place where cotton fiber can be converted into such fine yarn. in this regard humidity (water vapor in air) can play vital role along with fineness of fibers and most importantly expertise.
the second thing is that after converting fiber into yarn, we have to weave, in the ancient time when Dacca muslin was made that was only weave on pit-looom. if you know the construction of any pit-loom than you know that a pit-loom is a loom that is set up in a humid square deep space into ground, which create damp environment in the digger spaced, which is the most important factor for any yarn to weave. because this damp environment where humidity % is higher and high humidity means higher strength to the finest yarn in the world.