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USHA ..SEWING MACHINE....from 1960s

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Still we have one in our home!!!

Source: Sridhar Babu


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we have one in our home....we bought in 70s....still good condition...


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The Usha machine was purchased by my dad in the 60's...Most of the repair work, making border for sarees used to be done at home...As a child I used to help my mom when she was having difficulty in changing the bobbin or inserting the thread in the needle..The machine is now lying idle in the last 2 decades...No one wants to dispose it as it kindles fond memories
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