centuries, fabrics from India have held the fascination of people the
world over. Indian Fabric exporters, exporters of cotton, handlooms,
silk suppliers of non-woven, synthetic, exporters of industrial cloth,
velvet and corduroy manufacturers of silks, suppliers of fabrics,
manufacturers of garments, suppliers of yarn all are famous
for quality and exotic range of silks made-ups, synthetic dress
materials, sarees, lingerie, scarves, ties, knitted garment, etc all
over the world. The exquisite range of Indian tussar, taffetas, crepes,
chiffon, satins, cotton blends, cotton poplin, hand woven embroidered
cotton and synthetic fabric is very popular in the foreign countries.
The sheer vibrancy of colors, smoothness of
textures, variety of weaves, patterns, designs and unique dyeing
techniques, have held people spell bound. The range of natural fabrics
includes silk (made from the cocoon of the silkworm), cotton (made from
the cotton plant's seed pod), suede, linen, jute, and wool (made from
animal coats: sheep, goats, rabbits, alpacas, llama). In man-made
fabrics the selection includes Georgette, designer rayon, polyester,
velvet, acrylic, acetate, nylon, and crepe fabrics. Woven fabrics are
available in jacquards, satins, tufts, knits,
brocade (silk fabric with raised patterns in gold and
silver), and also in the lovely zari worked fabrics made from gold and
silver threads, found in the regions of Agra, Jaipur, and Bariely.
Non-woven fabrics or engineered fabrics, used for specific industrial
purposes, are produced either alone or in combination with other fibers
as components of apparel, home furnishings, health care, engineering,
industrial and consumer goods.
Whether woven, non-woven or knitted, made
from natural or man-made fiber, fabrics from India remain unchallenged
in the global market. Dyed, printed or plain, they reflect the rich
cultural heritage of India.