​Handloom Products of India: From Local to Global

  • The objective of 'India Handloom Trademark' is to ensure that exporters procure high quality fabrics on time and establish a unique image for authentic and handwoven products of India.
  • Prominent examples of 'Indian handloom' industry include- Pashmina (Kashmir), Puphalkari (Punjab), Chikankari (Uttar Pradesh), Moonga Silk (Assam), Naga Shawls (Nagaland), Pochampalli Ikat (Telangana), Kanchipuram Saree (Tamil Nadu), Mysore Silk (Karnataka), Bandhani (Gujarat), Paithani (Maharashtra), etc.
  • The handloom sector in India is second only to agriculture as an unorganized sector providing employment to more than 3 million people. It is also the largest cottage industry in the country with about 24 lakh looms (IBEF, ....
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