About Chairman

Voice Of Weavers is a monthly newspaper founded by AKURATHI SRINIVASA RAO for the people of weavers around the country .The Newspaper is printed and circulated in both English and Telugu Languages around the country.The Newspaper is mainly focused on the news of weavers around the country.Akurathi Srinivasa Rao is a well known journalist who covers news on the weavers around the country.There are Over 38, 00,000 Indian Weaving industries have been built throughout the country and more than 15, 00,000 domestic weaving industries spread across the Geographical distributions like Chirala, Pedana, Polavaram, Mangalagiri, Pochamapali, Ponduru, Dharamvaram, Narayanpet, Puttapaka, Madhavaram, Emmiganur and Gadwal.

– AKURATHI SRINIVASA RAO

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INDIAN WEAVING INDUSTRY

Size of the Industry Over 38, 00,000 Indian Weaving industries have been built throughout the country and more than 15, 00,000 domestic weaving industries
Geographical distribution Chirala, Pedana, Polavaram, Mangalagiri, Pochamapali, Ponduru, Dharamvaram, Narayanpet, Puttapaka, Madhavaram, Emmiganur and Gadwal.

History

Indian Weaving Industry has customarily been one of the most encouraging areas of gigantic work. Actually, after agribusiness, the Weaving Industry is biggest supplier of work power. There is bounty in the crude materials; the consistent supply of shoddy work power is the contributing variables behind the achievement of the weaving business of India. Be that as it may, the progression of the worldwide exchange alongside change in the changes of household economy, have influenced contrarily to Indian Weaving Industry. In India the pieces of woven cotton and bone needles have been found at Mohenjo-Daro and Harappa, the old seats of the Indus Valley Civilization.

Indeed, even in Rig-Veda and the sagas of the Mahabharata and the Ramayana stay upon the specialty of weaving finally. These weavers of the past were genuine bosses of their specialty. Their capacity was incredible to such an extent that legend even alludes to the breathtaking semi-straightforward sari (worn by Amravati, the popular prostitute). Despite the fact that the Indian weaving industry utilizes a huge segment of the Indian populace, it was considered as a bombing industry. This antiquated industry of India is encountering an awful stage, a huge market for weaving items still exist both in the universal and household showcase. The assembling of weaving items make the most wonderful commitment to the national GDP and even in the fares income. Evaluations and investigation throughout the years have discovered that the weaving business are supporting

about 32 different parts that incorporate showcasing, budgetary, transportation, lodgings and even upkeep administrations. The Indian Weaving Industry has been a self-depending component that incorporates preparing the youthful weavers, plenitude of assets and limits alongside helping the business not to be reliant on the Government. Moreover, weaving is eco-accommodating, and is gone for the reducing the natural effect.

Top leading Companies

Some driving Indian organizations occupied with the India weaving industry are:

  • Jai India Weaving Mills Private Limited: Dealing with manufacturing and exporting of weaving products.
  • Vardhaman Spinning: Manufacturer and exporter of weaving products
  • Arvind Mills: Manufactures and trades weaving products
  • Advance Syntex Pvt. Ltd.: Manufacturer of weaving products

Employment opportunities

According to examines, it has been discovered that the weaving business of India gives work to around 12.5 million individuals, along these lines, making this industry the biggest supplier of country work power. It is gone before by the horticulture segment.

Latest developments

  • It is evaluated that the Indian Weaving Industry would develop by 25% to more than 35 million tons continuously 2010. The Indian weaving industry will keep up its development all through 2010. Attire being the generally utilized woven items is required to grow its market in the global field too.
  • As indicated by the silk weaving industry a blend of the cancelation of quantitative confinements, declining duties on material imports, and occasions like the opening of the Nathu La Pass are bringing about shabby imports of silk, particularly from China, which is presenting genuine challenge to the Indian silk-weaving industry.