The Moirang Phee is a traditional fabric which has a specific design called the “moirang pheejin”. The design is woven sequentially on the edges of both lengths of the fabric and oriented towards the centre. Cotton or silk threads are used. It was originally a product of Moirang village. The fabric is woven by women, and is used by them during marriages and other festivities. The design, known in the local language as “yarongphi” (“ya”:tooth, “rong”:long, “phee”:cloth), is woven in the extra weft technique. The triangular motifs, arranged in varying steps, on the longitudinal borders of the fabric, have sharp edges at the top.