India's largest trade show for home textiles, home decor, gifts and houseware with 550 brands starts

Related Keywords: 550 brands and 100 exhibitors, 600 manufactures and brands, coir and jute products, Council of Handicrafts Development Corporation (COHANDS), exhibitors, Export Promotion Council for Handicrafts (EPCH), Gifts & Houseware, handicrafts, Handicrafts Mega Cluster Mission (HMCM), HGH India 2018, home decor, home fashion industry, home fashion trends research, home textiles, houseware and gifts, Indian domestic market for 2018-19, integrated home products, Kashmir Chamber of Commerce and Ministry, Khadi, latest designs and product innovations, manufacturers, National Jute Board, retailers, textile segment, Texzone Information Services Pvt. Ltd, trend-setting trade show for home textiles, trendy and fashionable, world-class merchandise

Mumbai
Summary: 
HGH India 2018, the annual trade show for Home Textiles, Home Décor, Gifts & Houseware in India is back with its 7th edition. The three day exposition was inaugurated by Dr. Kavita Gupta, IAS Textile Commissioner, Govt of India.

HGH India 2018, the annual trade show for Home Textiles, Home Décor, Gifts & Houseware in India is back with its 7th edition. The three day exposition was inaugurated by Dr. Kavita Gupta, IAS Textile Commissioner, Govt of India.

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Textile units to register online and provide production data

Related Keywords: all textile units across the value chain, demonetisation, except handloom, government, jute, Khadi, made it mandatory, move post demonetization, MSMEs, provide data on production, register online, Textile Industry

New Delhi
Textile units to register online and provide production data
Summary: 
The Government has made another move post demonetization.They have made it mandatory for all textile units across the value chain, except handloom, khadi and jute, will have to register online and provide data on production.

The Government has made another move post demonetization.They have made it mandatory for all textile units across the value chain, except handloom, khadi and jute, will have to register online and provide data on production.

While the registration will be one-time, production details should be shared by the units every month. Units can do this online from their premises or make use of the infrastructure available at the Regional Offices of the Textile Commissioner or powerloom service centres.

http://www.thehindu.com/business/Textile-units-told-to-submit-data/article16839523.ece
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Time to revive Khadi market in Indian textile industry

Related Keywords: defined as cloth woven on handlooms and hand-spun from cotton, divided into two broad segments, Indian textile industry, ISEC, Khadi, khadi artisans, khadi institution, khadi market, KVIC, modernized mill, MSME, namely the traditional hand-woven and hand-spun textile segment, woolen or silk yarns

Noida
Time to revive Khadi market in Indian textile industry
Summary: 
The Indian textile industry, which caters to clothing need which has an estimated market size of $108 billion is divided into two broad segments within the industry, namely the traditional hand-woven and hand-spun textile segment, and the modernized mill. Khadi is defined as any cloth woven on handlooms and hand-spun from cotton, woolen or silk yarns in India or the combination of two or all of these yarns, as per the Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act 1956.

The Indian textile industry, which caters to clothing need which has an estimated market size of $108 billion is divided into two broad segments within the industry, namely the traditional hand-woven and hand-spun textile segment, and the modernized mill. Khadi is defined as any cloth woven on handlooms and hand-spun from cotton, woolen or silk yarns in India or the combination of two or all of these yarns, as per the Khadi and Village Industries Commission Act 1956.

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Indian weaves to get a new avatar from designers

Related Keywords: change perception of Indian textiles, cotton and linen, help craft reaching out a whole new audience, Indian designers, Khadi, known for her handwoven silk, new avatar, Payal Khandwala, Textile designer, workto give weaves a new context

Mumbai
Indian weaves to get a new avatar from designers
Summary: 
Indian designers working to give the country's weaves a new context and a new avatar which will help to go a long way to help the craft in reaching out to a whole new audience. This will change the perception of Indian textiles, said Payal Khandwala, who is known for her handwoven silk, khadi, cotton and linen.

Indian designers working to give the country's weaves a new context and a new avatar which will help to go a long way to help the craft in reaching out to a whole new audience. This will change the perception of Indian textiles, said Payal Khandwala, who is known for her handwoven silk, khadi, cotton and linen.

Khandwala on the sidelines of Lakme Fashion Week (LFW) Winter/Festive 2016 where she showcased her bridal line in association with Lakme Salon said that this, in turn, will support artisans that survive in dismal living conditions and have very poor wages.

http://www.newkerala.com/news/2016/fullnews-110906.html
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Kairi 2016 expo of traditional textile and sari hosted for Delhiites

Related Keywords: affordable prices, ajrak, bagh prints, bagru, banaras weaves, bandhani, Chanderi, dabu prints, desi dressers, hosted by Delhi Crafts Council, Ikat, including tie & dye, Kairi three day textile and sari exhibition, Kalamkari, Khadi, kota, laheriya, looking for traditional weaves, Maheshwari, tribal weaves from Bastar, weaving styles and patterns

New Delhi
Kairi 2016 expo of traditional textile and sari hosted for Delhiites
Summary: 
A three day textile and sari exhibition called Kairi 2016 is hosted by Delhi Crafts in the Capital for desi dressers who are looking for traditional weaves at affordable prices.

A three day textile and sari exhibition called Kairi 2016 is hosted by Delhi Crafts in the Capital for desi dressers who are looking for traditional weaves at affordable prices.

The exhibition will offer a variety of time-honoured weaving styles and patterns, including tie & dye, khadi, ajrak, bagru, dabu prints, laheriya, bandhani, kalamkari, banaras weaves, ikat, kota, maheshwari, chanderi, bagh prints, tribal weaves from Bastar, and weaves from South India among others. The price range of the yardage starts at about Rs 200 per meter, while saris start from Rs1,500.

http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/a-taste-of-traditional-fabrics-for-delhiites/1/616369.html
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Khadi to become zero carbon footprint green fabric of India soon

Related Keywords: cost of yarn and production, green fabric of India, green organic yarn, handspun khadi, Khadi, Khadi competitive, Nano Spinning Mills, Narendra Modi government, new-age charkhas, reduce water consumption, soon become zero carbon footprint, spinning wheels, use solar energy to power charkhas, zerodefect global product, zeroeffect

New Delhi
Khadi to become zero carbon footprint green fabric of India soon
Summary: 
Khadi to soon become the zero-carbon footprint green fabric of India and a "zeroeffect, zero-defect" global product as Narendra Modi government decides to make use of solar energy to power "charkhas" (spinning wheels) across the country to enable handspun khadi.

Khadi to soon become the zero-carbon footprint green fabric of India and a "zeroeffect, zero-defect" global product as Narendra Modi government decides to make use of solar energy to power "charkhas" (spinning wheels) across the country to enable handspun khadi.

Minister of State for Micro, Small and MEDIUM Enterprises (MSME) Giriraj Singh has received the Prime Minister's go-ahead for the project and the field trial of the 'solar charkhas' has already begun on a pilot basis in the Khanwa village of Nawada district in Bihar.

http://www.businesstoday.in/current/economy-politics/narendra-modi-government-s-khadi-initiative-to-create-80-lakh-jobs-in-2016-17/story/228429.html
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Designer Gaurang Shah feels weavers have to adapt to changes to survive

Related Keywords: Banarsi, collection of bridal wear, collection titled Samyukta, Designer Gaurang Shah, interesting historical textile story, Khadi, Kota Dhakai, LFW winter-festive, Paithani, Patan Patola, revived Kanjeevaram, stamp on Banaras weaves, traditional embroidery, Uppada, weavers adapt to change

Mumbai
Designer Gaurang Shah feels weavers have to adapt to changes to survive
Summary: 
Designer Gaurang Shah the LFW winter-festive 2015, showcased his collection titled “Samyukta” inspired by the love story between Prithviraj Chauhan and the strong willed queen Samyukta and an interesting historical textile story.

Designer Gaurang Shah the LFW winter-festive 2015, showcased his collection titled “Samyukta” inspired by the love story between Prithviraj Chauhan and the strong willed queen Samyukta and an interesting historical textile story.

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/fashion/shows/Weavers-have-to-adapt-to-change-Gaurang-Shah/articleshow/48710043.cms
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Need to look for ways to increase Khadi production as sales double

Related Keywords: Khadi, Khadi sales doubled, Micro Small and Medium Enterprises, Minister Kalraj Mishra, Narendra Modi calls to adopt khadi, polyvastra khadi, retails sales of khadi increased, silk khadi, supply to match the rising demand, ways to increase Khadi production, woolen khadi

New Delhi
Need to look for ways to increase Khadi production as sales double
Summary: 
People have been allured towards Khadi after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clarion call last October to adopt the fabric. A year-on-year comparison of the April-June quarter shows that retails sales of Khadi has increased by 30.37 percent.

People have been allured towards Khadi after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's clarion call last October to adopt the fabric. A year-on-year comparison of the April-June quarter shows that retails sales of Khadi has increased by 30.37 percent.

Micro Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) Minister Kalraj Mishra at the launch for an exclusive exhibition cum sales of products from Jammu & Kashmir and Khadi T Shirts said that Khadi sales have doubled. They want the supply to match the rising demand for which they are looking for ways to increase Khadi production.

http://economictimes.indiatimes.com/industry/cons-products/garments-/-textiles/khadi-sales-have-doubled-after-pm-narendra-modis-appeal-kalraj-mishra/articleshow/48193090.cms
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Indrayani organized Handloom Expo opens up at Nagpur

Related Keywords: All India Handloom Exp, Bandhanis, Chanderi sarees, chikan work, embroidery from Kashmir, gorgeous Dhakai woven silk, hand woven sari, Indrayani, Khadi, National handloom Corpn, organized by Maharashtra Textile Corporation, traditional designs, traditional patterns, weavers association of various states

Nagpur
Indrayani organized Handloom Expo opens up at Nagpur
Summary: 
All India Handloom Exp organized jointly by Maharashtra Textile Corporation, Indrayani and the National Handloom Corpn and Weavers Associations of various states has been arranged at Nagpur. This is the fourth time this exhibition is held at Nagpur since Nagpurians always give it a very good response. It has been held in Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad and Nasik too but Nagpur is their favourite venue. This year fifty four artisans from all over the country are participating in the event.

All India Handloom Exp organized jointly by Maharashtra Textile Corporation, Indrayani and the National Handloom Corpn and Weavers Associations of various states has been arranged at Nagpur. This is the fourth time this exhibition is held at Nagpur since Nagpurians always give it a very good response. It has been held in Mumbai, Pune, Aurangabad and Nasik too but Nagpur is their favourite venue. This year fifty four artisans from all over the country are participating in the event.

http://www.nagpurtoday.in/rainbow-of-colours-and-clothings-entice-at-indrayani-organized-handloom-expo/03051234
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Indian traditional fabrics need a fresh approach to get back recognition in world textile map

Related Keywords: Ahimsa silk, Benaras Brocade, handloom of Benaras, handspun fabrics, Indian traditional textile, Khadi, Pashmina, textile and fashion world, textile map, textile market, tussar and moga silk

Mumbai
Indian traditional fabrics need a fresh approach to get back recognition
Summary: 
India is the second largest textile exporter in the world. Indian traditional textile has a unique combination of handspun fabrics and the inherited skill of weavers is the USP giving an edge in a mechanized world. Idiosyncratically, the handlooms of Benaras and khadi are among India’s greatest sartorial contributions to the world. They are a rarity in the world of textiles and need to be looked at with a fresh perspective.

India is the second largest textile exporter in the world. Indian traditional textile has a unique combination of handspun fabrics and the inherited skill of weavers is the USP giving an edge in a mechanized world. Idiosyncratically, the handlooms of Benaras and khadi are among India’s greatest sartorial contributions to the world. They are a rarity in the world of textiles and need to be looked at with a fresh perspective.

http://www.hindustantimes.com/analysis/indian-fabrics-need-to-make-a-mark-in-textile-map-of-the-world/article1-1314370.aspx
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