HISTORY OF HANDLOOM IN PANIPAT
Panipat a land of art and cottage industries i.e. a luminary of the complete handloom industries. The Panipat is famous for its floor covering product name “PANJA”. Panja is a kind of floor covering which is made by the villagers of Panipat from the very ancient time. There are also several types of floor coverings made in Panipat are Handloom Durries, chindi, carpets etc. Panipat is also famous for its Bed sheets, Curtains, Blankets, and all other Home Furnishing Products.
Government Benefits to handloom industries:
Our Government help the Handloom and textiles industries in very effective way. The Development Commissioner Office for Handloom and Textiles had given a very vast change in Handloom industries, the major Programs run by Development Office are listed here under:
1) Employment Generation
2) Modernisation and Upgradation of Technology.
3) Input Support
5) Welfare Measures
And many more.
There are also some schemes are run under the Development Offices are here by written:
a) DEEN DAYAL HATHKARGHA PROTSAHAN YOJNA
b) NATIONAL CENTER FOR TEXTILE DESIGN (NCTD)
c) ENFORECEMENT OF HANDLOOMS RESERVATION ACT
d) NATIONAL HANDLOOM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (NHDC)
Home Furnishing is an art of decorating home by latest designing and best quality home furnishing products like Curtains, Bed sheets, Mats, Carpets and rugs, Curtains, Table linen, mats and runners, Kitchen linen and other kitchen accessories, Bathroom furnishings, Window Treatments, Hammocks, Bed linen, Bed spreads, Blankets, Pillows and pillow covers, Cushion and cushion covers, Duvets and Duvet covers and many others. It is great boom in fashion and handloom textile industries now days.
Fabrics play a very vital role in the Textile Industries to increase workability and liveability of products. It makes the home Furnishing Products Speech richer and Effective looks which attracts the viewers in very first look.
CHENILLE Yarn Fabrication
Chenille: A Latest technique of 18th Century. It is originated in France. In Short the yarn is prepaid by weaving a fabric named “leno” and then after cutting it into stripes.
The prepared yarn is then placed between two core yarns and then twisted it, this is done in order to give chenille a softness and its characteristic look. When the light from different angles falls on this yarn it looks differently give different shades.
Uses of Chenille Yarn:
1)It is used for making bedsheets.
2)It is also used in manufacturing of blankets , pillows , curtains , rugs and all other home furnishing products.
3)In manufacturing the high quality durability robes and bed jackets chenille plays a very vital role.
What is the Diffrence of Handloom and Powerloom
Out of India’s total fabric production Handloom or fabric woven by hand is just only tenth part. The total range is created by weavers from the two major parts of india i.e. Madras checks and Kanchipuram. The qualities are as follows:
Kanchipuram weaves of Tamil Nadu to pashmina and shahtoosh of J&K.
From the Tie-and-Dyes of Gujarat and Rajasthan
Power loom works nearly 10 times faster than handloom . It is merchandised and accounts nearly 60% of fabrics. The costs of both handloom and powerloom is much more different i.e. :-
Handloom costs Rs 500/meter and Powerloom costs Rs 30/meter.
Curtains are used to give your room a formal look. Curtains make your room looking soo beautiful and dazzling. One should select the design and size of the curtain that match interiors of your room. Now days there are a tradition of latest designing and latest trend of curtains in the market. These curtains make your room Dashing look.Some of the latest Collection of Curtains are as follows:
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