Indian History of Textile and Fashion Hub


“ One stop solution for textile”.  Our Readymade collection for women has the perfect combination of design, color, fabric, and glam. When you rush to office or any occation you need to wear cloth accordingly so we can say that cloth describe the occation . Like for office you wear formal like kurti. In marriage function you would like to wear heavy dresses. So we wear cloth according the occations. We have a range of kurtis, tunic tops, churidars, leggings, and dupattas. One of the things that has been our focus for a while now is how to be a sustainable company . And we are taking caring of the environment. Buying clothes with no consideration for the environment impact is the general consumer behavior. And we need to change that

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Industry & Market

  • Mainly about: the release of the textile industry and some world textile market analysis and data.
  • Suitable for: textile manufacturing companies, distributors, research scholars, etc. of textiles and related products.

Benefits of Textile Industry

To survive, humans need food, shelter, and warmth .Textiles fall into all of these categories. Because of clothing and protective gear, farmers can use fertilizers, herbicides, or pesticides to increase crop yields.

Impact of GST in textile industry

The Goods and Services Tax (GST) Council, which is likely to meet for the first time after elections in the first half of this month, is likely to take up rationalization of rates in the textile sector in line with the global markets.

“Removal of anomalies in tax rates in the sector is one of several issues that needs immediate attention,” said a government source. Differential rates of textile items are causing hardships, especially on refund to exporters, he said. The government is concerned about the issue, he said.

At present, there are three rates 5 %, 12 %and 18 % for various items under the textile sector. While other countries, such as Thailand (10 %), China (16 %), and Indonesia (7 %) have a single rate regime. This makes them more lucrative and competitive.

Besides, custom duties for textile items make the situation worse for exporters. Ideally, there should be rationalization in customs duty and GST rates, the source said. Though any such change in customs duty requires proper discussion and need to keep World Trade Organisation (WTO) norms in mind, he added. The council will also consider reducing the rate of cement to 18 % from 28 %. However, this needs a consensus as it will hit the exchequer by Rs. 130 Billion.


In todays lifestyle is based on your wearing sense. You judge by the public what you have weared. The Textile industry has the enriched potential to scale new height in the globalized economy.

The textile industry in India has gone through significant charges in anticipation of increased international competition. The industry is facing numerous problems and among them the most important once are those of liquidity for many organized sector units, demand recession and insufficient price realization. The long-range problems include the need for sufficient modernization and restructuring of the entire industry to cater more effectively to the demands of the domestic and foreign markets for textiles as per the needs of today and tomorrow. Bricks registered a further growth of  9 percent over the corresponding period of the previous year. 

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