Mizo Puanchei is a traditional fabric that is meticulously woven by skilled weavers using a loom. This medium to heavy-weight textile is known for its exceptional quality and durability. The weaving process involves the careful insertion of designs and motifs using supplementary yarns, which add texture and depth to the finished product. The compactly woven fabric is versatile and can be used to make a variety of garments and accessories, such as skirts, shawls, and scarves. The use of a traditional loom and handcrafted techniques ensures that each piece of Mizo Puanchei is unique and reflects the weaver's artistic style and skill. This fabric is a testament to the rich cultural heritage of the Mizo people and the importance they place on preserving traditional craft techniques.