INTRODUCTION OF INDIAN TEXTILES
BHARAT (INDIA) is always been popular for its various rich textiles from ancient . Indian textile were widely used in Bharat-( India ) as well as outside till year 1818.After that Bharat textile decayed slowly because of the colonial regime. They build modern textile mill near fort Gloster in early 19th century near CALCUTTA year 1818. the cotton industry started booming in Bombay during 1850s. A Parsi merchant well engaged in trading overseas established a the first Cotton Textile mill in 1854.Largely Parsi merchents were involved in making of yarn and cloth trading in various country such as china-market , African-market etc.
After the Bombay textile boom, Gujarat also established its first cotton textile mill in city Ahmedabad in year 1861.The Gujarati trading class made it possible because of their involvement in trading .
The cotton textile industry made huge progress in the second half of the 19th century and by the end of the century there were nearly 180 cotton textile mills.
BHARAT TEXTLE is always been popular for its beautiful hand made weave and various types of rich fabrics from all over the Bharat.
INDIAN textile and apparel sector is expected to grow 230 billion till 2025. India is also one of the largest cotton exporter in the world .
Types of Textiles in India
- PASHMINA : Kashmir
- PHULKARI : Punjab
- BANDHNI : Gujarat
- KANJIVARAM : Kanchipuram, Tamil Nadu
- BOMKAI SARI : Ganjam, Odisha
- SANGNERI PRINT : Rajasthan
- MANGALGIRI FABRIC : Vijaywada & Guntur, Andhra
- ILKAL SARI : Karnatak
- NARAYAN PETH SARI : Solapur, Maharasthra
- KANTHA : West Bengal
- KUNBI FABRIC : GOA
- BAGRU PRINT : Rajasthan
- MYSORE SILK : Mysuru, Karnataka
- KINNAURI SHAWLS : Kullu, Himanchal
- JAMDANI :West Bengal
- MUGA SILK :Assam
- KASAVU : Kerala
- LEPCHA : Sikkim
- BHAGALPURI SILK : Bhagalpur, Bihar
- AJRAKH : Kutch Gujarat
- KOTA DORIA : Kaithoon village, Rajasthan
- PATOLA FABRIC : Patan, Gujarat
- PAITHANI BROCADE : Aurangabad, Maharashta
- CHANDERI : Madhya Pradesh