Handlooms

Handloom, a fabric woven by hand, makes up over a tenth of India’s total fabric production. With 43 lakh people directly involved in the production, it is the second largest employer after agriculture.

Since 2015, the government has started celebrating National Handloom Day on August 7 to promote hand woven products and support the weavers. However, the sector suffers from lack of modernisation and availability of raw material at a reasonable price.

Chenetha

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Kummari

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Vadrangi

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Kutlu

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Pula Kundilu

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Wood Furniture

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Allikalu

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Nandhalu

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Farm Tools

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