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Documentary film on Indian Handloom

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National Handloom Day Courtesy: Ministry of Textiles, Govt. of India

Inside a Hand Loom Weaving Factory

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Hand Loom weaving process in a small hand loom factory. A loom is a device used to weave cloth and tapestry. The basic purpose of any loom is to hold the warp threads under tension to facilitate the interweaving of the weft threads. The precise shape of the loom and its mechanics may vary, but the basic function is the same. The major components of the loom are the warp beam, heddles, harnesses or shafts (as few as two, four is common, sixteen not unheard of), shuttle, reed and takeup roll. In the loom, yarn processing includes shedding, picking, battening and taking-up operations. These are the principal motions. Contact Number of this factory: +8801774972464 Subscribe To My Channel: 🤍 ˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍ Follow Textile Vlog Socially Join Facebook Page 🤍 Follow Instagram: 🤍 Follow Twitter: 🤍 ˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍˍ Related Tag #handloom #weaving

Meet The Sari Weavers Keeping A 16th Century Craft Alive | Still Standing | Business Insider

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Banarasi silk saris flourished in Varanasi, India since the 16th century. Weavers in the city are working to keep the tradition alive by weaving intricate designs with gold and silver zari threads on handlooms that are over 200 years old. MORE STILL STANDING VIDEOS: The Risks Of Keeping The World’s Oldest Leather Tannery Alive | Still Standing | Business Insider 🤍 Meet One Of The Last Masters Keeping Korea’s Ancient Onggi Tradition Alive | Still Standing | Business Insider 🤍 Why Only 1% Of Japan's Soy Sauce Is Made This Way | Still Standing | Business Insider 🤍 #BanarasiSari #StillStanding #BusinessInsider Business Insider tells you all you need to know about business, finance, tech, retail, and more. Visit us at: 🤍 Subscribe: 🤍 BI on Facebook: 🤍 BI on Instagram: 🤍 BI on Twitter: 🤍 BI on Snapchat: 🤍 Boot Camp on Snapchat: 🤍 Meet The Sari Weavers Keeping A 16th Century Craft Alive | Still Standing | Business Insider

WEAVERS of INDIA award winning Documentary || How Handloom Silk Saree is made? || Ghattuppal Village

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Telangana is one of the ancient Ikat weaving centers in India, The weaving centers during ancient period was in Pochampally. in other parts of India it is popularly known as Pochampally, named after one of the village where it is produced. It has its own unique character of design, different from other Ikat producing areas in India. It has found place in UNESCO tentative list of world heritage sites as part of "iconic saree weaving clusters of India". The kerchiefs made of silk thread have earned international fame as "Teli Rumals" The weaving survives in a few villages like Pochampally, Ghattuppal and few villages around them mostly in Nalgonda district.

Fabrics of India - Handlooms Tour of All 29 States (India)

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India has so much to offer, it might just take you by surprise. From the array of delicacies to the interesting customs, traditions and festivals we celebrate, every state has its own cultural identity. And an essential part of that is the attire of the people. Did you know that not just the outfits, but even the fabric used to make them are unique to each state of India? Yes, from Kashmir to Kanyakumari, every region has its own handloom techniques that are used to weave many unique fabrics. Let’s go on this amazing tour of Fabric of India. Please do comment and subscribe our channel. Visit our Website: 🤍 Visit our Amazone store: 🤍 Like our Facebook: 🤍 Follow our Pinterest: 🤍 Follow our Instagram: 🤍 Source: 🤍

Handloom tour of India | Know your state fabric | Indian Handlooms | Indian Fabric | Handlooms |

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In India every state has its own culture and fabrics made by their unique techniques. 🤍indicstreets.com #handlooms #fabric #fashiontips #indianfashion Subscribe our channel for more facts and updates.

Handloom Of India: The Beginning

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This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. if you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting up your handloom venture then you choose online courses designed by us to get adequate knowledge visit below given link. 🤍 If you want mentorship for your business, please visit the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom please visit the link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below-given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us with any query at handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Timepass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. If you want to start your study on technical aspects of Indian Handloom the find our publication ‘BEGINNER’S HANDBOOK OF INDIAN HANDLOOM’ on Amazon kindle or click the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom the please visit link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us for any query handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Time pass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion

Upcycling textile waste to high fashion through traditional Indian handloom

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In the era of fast fashion, things are made quickly and for a fraction of the cost but end up being expensive for the environment. Today, the Textile industry is one of the most polluting industries in the world and in India, it is the third-largest source of waste after plastic, paper and compost. Large Textile hubs in the country can produce up to 45,000 meters of fabric waste on a daily basis. But, In the middle of this chaos, a Delhi-based design house is playing a small and significant role in fighting this sea of textile waste. Ashita Singhal, a Delhi based designer didn’t want to be part of this existing problem, Instead, she offered a much more refined solution and that too by using the traditional handloom method of India. Ashita’s Paiwand studio has 9 in-house looms and has partnered with over 35 designers, in an attempt to form collaborations that do well with waste. She has managed more than 3000 kg of textile waste from going into the landfill.

India Handloom - International Brand Film

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Kantha To Ikat: Smriti Irani On Indian Handloom & The Weaves She Likes

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Union Cabinet Minister for Textiles and Women & Child Development, #SmritiIrani tells chef #SuvirSaran about her favorite textiles and weaves. #NationalHandloomDay Subscribe to Indian Express: 🤍 The Indian Express Online covers all trending and latest news across India, which includes daily news, political news, gadgets and Mobile reviews, technology updates, Entertainment News, Bollywood news, public opinions and views on daily trends. Connect with us: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Indian Express App: 🤍 Official Website: 🤍 Indian Express, The Indian Express Newspaper, The Indian Express, Indian express news, indian express editorial

What is Handloom?, Handloom – A Timeless Tradition, History of Handloom.

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Handloom – A Timeless Tradition. What is Handloom? Handloom refers to wooden frames of different types which are used by skilled artisans to weave fabrics usually from natural fibers like Cotton, Silk, Wool, Jute etc. It is a cottage industry where the entire family is involved in the production of cloth. Right from spinning the yarn, colouring, to weaving on the loom if done by them. Fabric produced from these looms is also referred to as Handloom. The tools required for this entire process are made from wood, sometimes bamboo and they do not require any electricity to run them. The entire process of fabric production was totally manual in earlier times. Thus this is the most eco-friendly way of producing clothes. History of Handloom – Early Days. Indian Handloom dates back to the Indus valley civilization. Even in ancient times, Indian fabrics were exported, Rome, Egypt and China. In earlier times, almost every village had its own weavers who made all the clothing requirements needed by the villagers like sarees, dhotis, etc. Some areas where it is cold in winter there were specific wool weaving centers. But everything was Hand-Spun and Hand-Woven. Traditionally, the entire process of cloth making was self-reliant. The cotton / silk / wool came from the farmers, foresters or shepherds, and the cotton was cleaned and transformed by weavers themselves or agricultural labour community. Small handy instruments were used in the process, including the famous spinning wheel (also known as Charkha), mostly by women. This hand spun yarn was later made into cloth on the handloom by the weavers. Decline of Handloom. During British rule, India was turned into an exporter of raw cotton and the country was flooded with machine made imported yarn. To increase consumption of this yarn, British authorities resorted to violence and coercion. Summarily, this resulted in a complete loss of livelihoods first for the spinners, and dependence of handloom weavers on machine yarn. When yarn came from a distance and had to be bought, yarn dealers and financiers became necessary. And as the average weaver had little credit, the industry fell more and more into the grip of middlemen. thus the independence of most weavers disappeared, and a great majority of them came to work for a Trader on contract/ wage basis. Despite this Indian handloom sustained itself, until World War 1 when imported machine made clothes flooded the Indian Market. The beginning of Powerlooms in the 1920’s, and the consolidation of the mills and the high cost of yarn, made an unfair competition that led to the decline of Handloom. Revival of Handloom. Mahatama Gandhi started the Swadeshi Movement and reintroduced hand spinning in the name of Khadi which essentially means hand spun and hand woven. Every Indian was urged to spin the yarn using Charkhas and wear Khadi. This led to the closure of the Mills in Manchester and huge turning point in the Indian independence movement. People burnt imported clothes and chose to wear Khadi. Handloom – Post Independence. Post Independence, textile mills and spinning mills continued to function in India. Today, there are many weaving styles that use machine spun yarn and these fabrics are referred to as Handloom. And fabrics made from Handspun yarn are called Khadi fabrics. Though the textile and spinning mills continued in Independent India, handloom / khadi were given a lot of protection from unfair competition. Thus the fabric was widely used and affordable for everyone. Current Scenario. Since 1985, and especially post 90’s liberalisation, handloom sector had to face competition from cheap imports, and design imitations from powerlooms. In addition government funding and policy protection also declined drastically. Also the cost of natural fiber yarn has increased tremendously. In comparison to artificial fiber, the cost of natural fabric has gone up. This makes it unaffordable for the common people. But the wages of handloom weavers have remained frozen for the past decade or two. Unable to compete with cheaper poly-mixed fabrics, many weavers are quitting weaving and going for unskilled labour work. And many have been reduced to extreme poverty. Handloom is Timeless. Handloom is a beautiful fabric and special as no two fabrics can be alike. Of course the output depends on the skill set of the weaver. But even if we make two weavers with similar skills weave the same fabric it will be different in one way or the other. Each fabric is a reflection of the weaver’s moods – when a weaver is angry the fabric would be little tight while it would be lose when he is sad. Thus each piece is unique in itself. In India there are different styles of weaving in different parts of the country, and sometimes in the same region there could be as wide a range as 20- 30 varied styles. #FANTASYBOOK #HANDLOOM #TRADITION

Eco India: How a Delhi-based design studio is breathing life back into the dying handloom sector

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Every week, Eco India brings you stories that inspire you to build a cleaner, greener and better tomorrow. Our top story this week looks at how Paiwand Studio is making fashion more sustainable by upcycling textile waste into fabric yarn. Customers are also encouraged to return old products to close the loop on the circular economy model. CREDITS: Supervising Producer: Nooshin Mowla Director of Photography: Siddharth Subramanian Second Camera: Amit Bose Video Editor: Sujit Lad Script & Field Producer: Ipsita Basu Associate Producers: Shibika Suresh, Rhea Arora Executive Producer: Sannuta Raghu Eco India is a co-production between DW and Scroll.in. You can watch the full episodes on 🤍 Join the discussion here - 🤍 Subscribe to get the latest episodes of Eco India - 🤍 For more explainers, and the web’s most interesting videos - 🤍 For the latest news and analysis - 🤍 Support our award-winning journalism by making a financial contribution towards the Scroll Ground Reporting Fund - 🤍 Follow Scroll.in here - Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Mastodon: 🤍

How was it made? Traditional Indian Weaving

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Rajasthan Khadi Sangh is a weaving cooperative in Kala Dera, Rajasthan. There, cotton is spun and woven by hand using traditional tools and equipment to make cotton khadi cloth. Handmade textiles, are still a significant part of the Indian economy, providing work to millions. The V&A visited Rajasthan Khadi Sangh to watch how they turn cotton into plain-woven cloth. 🤍

My Collection of sarees/dupattas from all over India! Indian Handloom

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On today's video I take you through these gorgeous dupattas and sarees I have pickedup during my travel to different cities across India! It has everything from Phulkari from Amritsar, Bandhej & hand block printed from Jaipur and Jodhpur to Paithani to Banarasi! :) If you enjoy watching the video, forward it to a girlfriend too! Ciao!❤️ _ $PATREON$ If you like the work that I am doing and wish to support me on this journey, click on the link below. I am now on Patreon - which is a crowdfunding website that supports independant creators like me! It's not about how much money here, it's about giving even the smallest amount with all your heart :) Thank you in advance. :) Patreon Link - 🤍 _ Hey! Here's a link to my Amazon Storefront that has a list of products I have used and loved and recommend you try them! SHOP THEM here - 🤍 _ Find me on social media ! Instagram: 🤍 TikTok: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍

Buy handloom sarees directly from weavers, a quick guide

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This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. if you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting up your handloom venture then you choose online courses designed by us to get adequate knowledge visit below given link. 🤍 If you want mentorship for your business, please visit the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom please visit the link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below-given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us with any query at handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Timepass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. If you want to start your study on technical aspects of Indian Handloom the find our publication ‘BEGINNER’S HANDBOOK OF INDIAN HANDLOOM’ on Amazon kindle or click the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom the please visit link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us for any query handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Time pass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion

National Handloom Day - Take a fabric tour of India.

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August 7th is celebrated as National Handloom Day and, in the run-up, we look at different states of fabrics available in India. The celebration of #handloomday has resulted in a commendable effort to preserve the indigenous crafts of our nation by generating awareness about the importance of the handloom industry to the socio-economic development of the country. Credit source :- Craftsvilla Website ► 🤍 Facebook ► 🤍 Twitter ► 🤍

The Quint: Indian Fashion Designers Take Handloom Industry Global

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Indian designers are helping to revive the centuries-old tradition of handmade textiles by taking them global. The Fashion Design Council of India (FDCI) is encouraging designers to revive the country's handloom industry by incorporating handmade fabrics into high-end fashion and couture. Working with fabrics ranging from Eastern Indian silks to cotton fabrics spun into thread on hand-powered spinning wheels, famous Indian designers like Rohit Bal, Shruti Sancheti, and Rina Dhaka, put their handloom collections on display in Amazon India Fashion Week. Indian fashion designer Gautam Gupta says while there is an increasing awareness and demand for handmade fabrics, designers have an important role to play in popularising the industry. India currently produces the majority of world's handwoven textiles, and the Indian handloom industry is the second largest employer in rural India after agriculture, according to Indian Brand Equity Foundation (IBEF). According to IBEF, in 2015-16, India exported around $360 million USD of handloom products, that's almost a three percent increase on the previous year. Top buyers of Indian handloom products were the US, the UK, and the UAE. Video: AP Music: Big Bang Fuzz For more videos, subscribe to our channel: 🤍 Check out The Quint for more news: 🤍 To Stay Updated, Download The Quint App: Google Play Store: 🤍 Apple App Store: 🤍 Follow The Quint here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Also Follow The Quint in Hindi: 🤍

How to identify a handloom saree

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This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. if you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting up your handloom venture then you choose online courses designed by us to get adequate knowledge visit below given link. 🤍 If you want mentorship for your business, please visit the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom please visit the link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below-given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us with any query at handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Timepass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. If you want to start your study on technical aspects of Indian Handloom the find our publication ‘BEGINNER’S HANDBOOK OF INDIAN HANDLOOM’ on Amazon kindle or click the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom the please visit link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us for any query handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Time pass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion

Weaving the future of the Handloom industry | Boosting Growth

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From the Jacquard of Uttar Pradesh to Madhya Pradesh’s Chanderi, from the Phulkari of Punjab to the Brocare of Benares, Handloom weaving is one of the most vibrant aspects of Indian cultural heritage. To weave the future of Handloom industry, the Government has constituted a Committee for doubling the production and quadrupling the exports of handlooms in a span of 3 years. The Committee has been formed to suggest the roadmap and boost India’s handloom sector. Let’s get to know more about the Terms of Reference of the Committee. It will help in suggesting the strategy and policy framework for doubling the production and for improving the quality of handloom products to enhance the income of the weavers. It will also look into the partnering and collaboration of handloom weavers agencies with the designers, buying houses and institutions, organizations and exporters. It will further recommend the ways and means for promoting the handloom products in the domestic market. Also, the Committee is expected to come up with the measures for improving the input supplies like raw materials, credit, technology up-gradation, skilling and designs. Follow us on Twitter: 🤍 Like us on Facebook: 🤍 Follow us on Instagram: 🤍 Join us on Telegram: 🤍 Follow us on Koo: 🤍

National Handloom Day 2021, Know facts about Handloom Sector of India - Economy Current Affairs UPSC

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Visit: Textile Handloom Industry | How to Setup Your Own | Secrets of Textile HandLoom Industry

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In this session, Ankit Ras will be discussing about Textile Handloom Industry. Watch the entire video to learn more about Textile Handloom Industry which will help you crack GATE & ESE Exams. Let’s Crack It! Like us on fB, instagram & twitter : links right down here Hello dosto mera name h Ankit Ras aur le k aaya hu appk lia Mechanical Guru ka ek aur latest episode aur ajj hum baat karenge ; contents : Visit : Textile handloom industry Talk with manager of handloom textile industry Secrets of textile handloom industry How to setup yor own textile industry, investment & profit Mujhe ummed h appko Mechanical Guru ka yeh episode pasand aaya hoga aur pasand aaye toh mere video ko like , share aur subscribe jarrur karren kyuki m appk lia roj aisehi acchi videos le k aata rehta hu. Jai javan , jai kissan Subscribe: 🤍 Youtube: 🤍 Like us on fb : 🤍 Like us on instagram : 🤍 Like us on twitter : 🤍 Website : Under Working

Scheme for Development of Indian Handloom Industry | Best Schemes For Handloom Industry | Sonu

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Download the ffreedom app from the Play Store or App Store to learn more about this video - 🤍 "Join the successful trainer's course on the Bandhani Handloom Saree Business. Profit from this business is up to 35 lakhs. Here is the link for the courses: 🤍 The intricate handiwork of India's handloom heritage has a long history of preserving and embodying the vibrant Indian culture. The world is well known for the unique hand spinning, weaving, and printing methods used by Indian loom weavers. Rural towns and villages, where skills are passed down from one generation to the next, are where they conduct business. The handloom industry is a significant source of livelihood and a reflection of our country's varied and rich cultural history in rural and semi-rural areas. It is also a sector explicitly addressing women's empowerment, with more than 70% of all female weavers and related workers. This sector generates nearly 19% of all fabric produced in the country, significantly increasing export earnings. The handloom's unique adaptability and flexibility enable experimentation and spur innovative ideas. Do you have any questions, tips, or ideas about business, farming, and personal finance? Let us know in the comments section below! Read more about our blog's success stories and best practices of various businesses and farming: 🤍 Subscribe to our YouTube channel for more videos about multiple businesses, farming, and personal finance Follow us on: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Linkedin: 🤍 " About Us: The ffreedom app is the largest livelihood education platform in India. The ffreedom app offers farmers and small business owners opportunities and knowledge to close the gap between their aspirations and skills. The ffreedom app is a part of IndianMoney.com. Over 7.6 million people in India may now choose from 820+ courses in 6 languages(English, हिंदी, ಕನ್ನಡ, தமிழ், తెలుగు & മലയാളം) from the freedom app. Learn from the courses in your language on personal finance, business and farming taught by super successful people from their respective fields. Join over 80 lakh learners from India who are on a mission to increase their income by ten times." #HandloomIndustry #SchemesForHandloomIndustry #TextilesIndustrySchemes #GovernmentSchemes

India Handloom International Film

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India Handloom Brand International Film

Sustainable Textiles : Leveraging Learnings from Indian Handloom Traditions

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A dialogue on Rejuvenating Indian handloom Traditions: Learnings for sustainable handloom value chains Introduction: India holds a rich textile heritage, which once formed the pride identity of her. Each region of the country has its own unique traditions, closely building on local natural resources. Such traditions have been conserved by local communities and transferred from one generation to another. These traditional practices echoes local socio-cultural-ecological ethos of the practicing community and can potentially provide great learnings in the context of sustainability and circularity in the textile value chain. In this context, in partnership with UNEP, CEE has taken up a task of documenting sustainable textile traditions with specific focus on Handloom traditions of India. The project also seeks to engage, create a dialogue and enhance awareness regarding these aspects among the larger textile community including multiple stakeholders - designers, academia, policy makers, artisans, organizations and experts. Towards this end has been planned to organize an online on “Rejuvenating Indian Handloom Traditions: Learnings for sustainable Handlooms value chains” tentatively during 1st week of November. Target Audience: Design fraternity, especially students, young design professionals and experts. Objectives : 1. Orient the participant about the broader concept of sustainability and circularity in the handloom value chain 2. Provide glimpses of sustainable Indian Handloom traditions and best practices 3. How learnings from the UNEP_CEE documentation of Indian textile traditions, in this context can be taken forward.

Handloom village Azhikode, traditional weaving, Kannur, Kerala, India

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Premium Quality Handloom Saree Manufacturer in Fulia // West Bengal ( Master Weaver )

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#handloomsaree​ #handloom​ #bengalhandloom​ #saree​ #handloomssaree​ India has a long tradition of excellence in making high quality handloom products with extraordinary skills and craftsmanship, which are unparalleled in the world. The intricate workmanship of the handlooms provides this segment a unique identity of its own. Handloom fabrics and handloom weavers form an integral part of the rich culture, heritage and tradition of India. Apart from providing one of the basic needs of human beings, along with a sizable contribution to GDP and export, this Industry provides direct and indirect employment to lakhs of people in the rural and urban areas. Handloom is one of the largest employment providers after agriculture in India. This sector provides employment to 43.31 lakh persons engaged on about 23.77 lakh handlooms, of which 10% are from scheduled castes,18% belong to the scheduled tribes, and 45% belong to other backward classes. Production in the handloom sector recorded a figure of 7116 million sq. meters in the year 2013-14. During 2014-15, production in the handloom sector is reported to be 3547 million sq. Meters (April-September-2014). This sector contributes nearby 15% of the cloth production in the country and also contributes to the export earning of the country. Ninety five percent of the world’s hand woven fabric comes from India. It has been sustained by transferring skills from one generation to another. The strength of the sector lies in its uniqueness, flexibility of production, openness to innovations, adaptability to the suppliers’ requirement and the wealth of its tradition. However, handloom industry needs to reorient itself for meeting the challenges being posed by rapid economic, social and technological changes. Efforts are required to produce defect free high quality handloom fabrics according to contemporary consumer preferences, and also to ensure reasonable wages so that younger generation opt for this occupation. With a view to promote this industry on a sustainable basis, it is deemed necessary to produce quality fabrics with new design for winning the trust and confidence of the consumers. ★★★ Bengal Handloom ★★★ ★★ Proprietor : Dipak Basak ★★ Address : Fulia Para, Fulia, Boyra Nadia. West Bengal - 741-402, India ★★Opening Time : Monday To Sunday - 09:00 AM to 07:00 PM ★★Contact Number : (+91) 08348436251 ★★WhatsApp Number : (+91) 08348436251 Don't Forget to like, comment, share and subscribe for more videos. ★★Blogger★★ ★★ Follow me on Instagram : somnathmandal505 ★★ Follow me on Facebook : facebook.com/BlackSowrd ★★ Any other query ("PLEASE DON'T CALL FOR SALE RELATED QUERY ") My WhatsApp Number : 98047 (Do Not Call For Sells) 76979 🔫🔫🔫🔫 ★★ All Markets Videos here : 🤍 = VIDEO DISCLAIMER This video is non-promotional and not a sponsored video. This is only for the information purpose & the Vlogger is not responsible for any type of profits, loss or any damages. If you deal or purchase anything will be at your own risk. Please survey & make your own research before doing any business.

What should be the cost of a Silk Saree (do you know ep - 9)

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This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. if you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting up your handloom venture then you choose online courses designed by us to get adequate knowledge visit below given link. 🤍 If you want mentorship for your business, please visit the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom please visit the link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below-given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us with any query at handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Timepass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. If you want to start your study on technical aspects of Indian Handloom the find our publication ‘BEGINNER’S HANDBOOK OF INDIAN HANDLOOM’ on Amazon kindle or click the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom the please visit link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us for any query handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Time pass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion

LINEN | THE DARK TRUTH OF INDIAN MARKET

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This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. if you are a handloom startup or thinking about starting up your handloom venture then you choose online courses designed by us to get adequate knowledge visit below given link. 🤍 If you want mentorship for your business, please visit the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom please visit the link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below-given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us with any query at handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Timepass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion This YouTube Channel is the social awareness initiative of ‘Handloom Foundation’. Handloom Foundation is a non-profit, voluntary, non-governmental organisation incorporated under the Indian Trusts Act, 1882. If you want to start your study on technical aspects of Indian Handloom the find our publication ‘BEGINNER’S HANDBOOK OF INDIAN HANDLOOM’ on Amazon kindle or click the link below. 🤍 If you want to join us and depute your effort for the betterment of Indian Handloom the please visit link below and join us. 🤍 We need financial support from you as we don’t take any grants or support from any CSR funds. Please visit the below given link and donate as per your capacity. 🤍 Please write us for any query handloomfoundation🤍gmail.com Time pass business and stray scavengers looking for free support please stay away To know more about us please visit handloomfoundation.org Follow us: Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Linked In: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 #handloom #handloomofindia #indianhandloom #sustainablefashion

Lecture - 15 INDIAN HANDLOOM 3 | Indian Art & Culture by Nitin Singhania for UPSC CSE

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#UPSC #nitinsinghania #artandculture In this lecture, we discuss Art and Culture for UPSC CSE Prelims and Mains Examination by Deepak Yadav To Get Extra Discount On Unacademy Plus Use Code - STUDYIAS For any query INSTAGRAM - instagram.com/studyiasofficial Telegram - 🤍 Unacademy Plus Discount 🤍 UNACADEMY - 🤍 GROUP FOR PRELIMS & MAINS 2019 - 🤍 Facebook Page - 🤍

The Story of India Handloom

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The Art of Making Handloom Rugs

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Rug making is an art and skill that is limited to certain regions and cultures. This video will take you through the various intricate processes that are involved in making handloom flatweave rugs. Experience the journey of wool to a beautiful rug.

HOW Handloom SILK Saree is made?(With English Subtitles)| Traditional Silk Weaving |Factory Explorer

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Factory Explorer explores how the handloom silk saree is weaved. He brings you amazing saree works in this video. Do watch and know and traditional manual punching silk saree is weaved. Link to Buy Silk Sarees : 🤍 Follow Us👇 🔵FACEBOOK : 🤍 🔴INSTAGRAM : 🤍 For Promotions or Advertisements: Contact Mail📧 : factoryexplorer00🤍gmail.com 🔔Please SUBSCRIBE (It costs nothing 😊): 🤍 #SilkSareeWeaving #HandloomWeaving #FactoryExplorer

Lecture - 13 INDIAN HANDLOOM | Indian Art & Culture by Nitin Singhania for UPSC CSE

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#UPSC #nitinsinghania #artandculture In this lecture, we discuss Art and Culture for UPSC CSE Prelims and Mains Examination by Deepak Yadav To Get Extra Discount On Unacademy Plus Use Code - STUDYIAS For any query INSTAGRAM - instagram.com/studyiasofficial Telegram - 🤍 Unacademy Plus Discount 🤍 UNACADEMY - 🤍 GROUP FOR PRELIMS & MAINS 2019 - 🤍 Facebook Page - 🤍

Pattnaik Ompriya Mohanty, the man who made Indian handloom industry shoot to stardom

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Pattnaik Ompriya Mohanty, the man who made Indian handloom industry shoot to stardom

Five Handloom Fabrics from India

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India is home to a variety of unique textiles, many of which are made with great detail and attention in handlooms. While some are thick and intricately one, some are soft with vibrant colours. India celebrated the National Handloom Day this week and MIGTV brings to you five handloom fabrics from across the country..

Asia's Biggest Handloom Market Manufacturing /Bedsheet curtains blankets ac , Kids Items Handloom

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Handloom Weaving traditional dying work|Process of making sarees | Weaving process in india

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Handloom Sarees ! Kaladhar Handlooms I Handloom Cotton & Silk SareesI

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In this video we take you on a tour of Kaladhar handlooms a well known name in Hyderabad for their sarees and fairics. In this episode we focus on cotton and handloom sarees for purpose of gifting too. Please contact the WhatsApp numbers for video call to purchase your sarees. +91 73864 64649 And +91 73869 69693 Kaladhar fabrics is a well known name in Hyderabad for their exclusive fabrics and sarees. In this In this video we take you to their oldest branch in Nallakunta .They have four more branches too .You can visit personally or make a video call and select your sarees . They will courier it to you. Location New Nallakunta New Nallakunta 1133, H.No. 2-2, 5/8, Shivam Rd, near Papaji- da-dhaba, New Nallakunta, Hyderabad, Telangana 500044 Kaladhar Sarees and Fabrics Ground floor and First Floor Manjeera Majestic Comercial JNTU Road Kukatpally Kaladhar couture fabrics Balasamudram Opp ekashila park Hanmakonda warangal Hanmakonda Branch Door No 1-7, 977/A, Hunter Rd, opposite Suzuki Show Room, beside Warangal Public School, Subedari, Hanamkonda, Telangana 506001 DD colony branch Nallakunta Shivam road Beside saibaba temple Champapet Branch BN Reddy Nagar, Saroor Nagar East, Saroornagar, Telangana 500035 Website - kaladharsarees.com YouTube- kaladhar sarees and fabrics Instagram- kaladharfabrics # HandloomSareesan#GitasKitchen

Class71: Making of Handloom and Natural dyed fabrics / for knowledge

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In this video, we have tried to share some information and spread awareness about Handloom and natural dyes which is the heritage of India. It is our social responsibility to support these skills which provide thousands of people with employment in villages. You can buy these sarees on our website 🤍savisfashionstudio.com For full-fledged and detailed online pattern making and sewing classes and for all good quality sewing tools please visit our website 🤍savisfashionstudio.com. Made by me : 🤍 It is our constant effort to teach in an easy way using simple methods and professional techniques so that even beginners can easily understand our classes. To get updates about the videos we upload please SUBSCRIBE to our channel. Those who wish to understand this class in any other language, kindly click on the Settings icon on your video player, click on Subtitles/cc and select your language. Our Hindi Channel : 🤍 Checkout our Playlists: 1] Face Maks - 🤍 2]Easy Bag Making - 🤍 3] Beginners Pattern making and Sewing classes - 🤍 4] Neckline Finishing - 🤍 5] Tailoring class in Hindi - 🤍 6] Sleeves pattern drafting and sewing - 🤍 7] Sewing machine & overlock machine/serger - 🤍 8] Pants/bottom wear - 🤍 9] Sewing machine needles - 🤍 10] Jackets - 🤍 Online full fledged classes on our website : Saree blouse foundation course - 🤍 Kurtis Foundation course - 🤍 Anarkali Kurti classes - 🤍 & 🤍 Circular skirts 4 variations - 🤍 Website: 🤍savisfashionstudio.com facebook page: savisfashionstudio Instagram: Savis_fashion_studio Regards & happy sewing SF Studio #jeanstackbuttons #Onlinesewingclasses #savisfashionstudio #learntosew #makeyourownpattern #sewyourowngarment #juki #brother #usha #singer #sewingmachine #industrialsewingmachine #hobby #designerwear #sareeblouse #diy #bagmaking #qualitysewingtools #quilting #kurtimaking #presserfeet #savisstitchingclass #tailoringclass #zipperfoot #invisiblezipperfoot #gutermannthread #lurex #fusibleinterfacing #serger #overlockmachine #loopfolder #biasbinding #necklinefinishing #perfectfit #patterndrafting #womenswear #tailoring #ykkzip #anarkali #quiltingrulers #quiltmaking #jack #sleevesdrafting #designersleeves #churidarpants #salwar #palazzo #cigarettepants #starightpants #elasticwaist #waistband #choliblouse #princessblouse #collaredblouse #katoriblouse #fullsleeves #capsleeves #flareddress #hoodie #pullover #sweatshirt #designerbag #magneticsnapbuttons #fabricbuttons #cancan #crinoline #horsehairbraid #sewingthreads #exposedelastics #fabricweight #hoechstmass #steamiron #sfstudio #mundialscissors #fabricshears #wonderclips #mobilontape #jukimo50e #jukihzl70hw #jackets #cardigans #waterfalljacket #umbrellaskirts #circularskirts #umbrellaanarkali #gowns #darts #vocationalskills #learnfromhome #classesinbangalore #cottonfabrics #sewinglessons #blindhemfoot #overcastfoot #handloom #naturaldye #savisfashionstudio #makeinIndia #handloomsarees #handloomfabrics #Indianheritage

Handlooms: Saving Brand India

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43 lakh handloom weavers and a unique tradition are threatened if the central government goes ahead and scraps the Handloom Reservation Act of 1985. There are questions on the government's motivation to amend the act considering their emphasis is on 'Make in India'. Watch our report on India Matters. Watch more videos: 🤍

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