It’s time to start making in India

India has arrived. The global economy’s perception towards the country has changed dramatically over the last thirty years, and rather drastically in the last five. In the 90s, when Rajiv Gandhi unleashed the Liberalisation, Privatization and Globalization policies under the guidance of the then Finance Minister and former Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh, it was evident that the country was looking for some serious FDI. In the last five years, the perception changed further as more and more Indians appeared on the boards of successful startups, artists got global recognition and the small and medium sized service sector began to meet global standards and, more importantly, expectations. In spite of such a searing performance, the country continues to languish when it comes to the most important prerequisite for a healthy economy, a strong manufacturing sector.

Today, the transformation has begun in full throttle. The new government brings hopes of a manufacturing revival with a rather brave campaign that advocates consumption of products made in India. At the heart of this campaign lies an assurance that this is perhaps the best time to invest and manufacture in the country. The Make in India campaign is therefore one of the most ambitious yet logical strategy that aims and promises to boost manufacturing in the country. It is clear that the thrust will be on the small and medium scale companies while there will be significant efforts to make the atmosphere m ore manufacturing friendly.

What this means for apparel manufacturing

The textile industry in India has witnessed a number of ups and downs in the last ten years. In spite of the high demand being directly proportional to the population growth, the growing dispensable incomes, rapid westernization of tier II and tier III regions and the fact that India is one of the largest growers of cotton in the world, there appeared several cracks within the industry that required government intervention and significant debt restructuring. Without digging deep, it is evident that the only possible reason for the sector to not thrive in spite of the positive conditions is that the manufacturing segment might have been struggling due to the highly regulated and unfriendly environment. With Make in India, the new government has taken several initiatives that address the issues faced by manufacturing at its very root.

The scope, opportunity and initiative

Estimates published on the Make in India website indicate strong growth opportunities and significantly fast growth rate in terms of total fabric production, fiber production and export. The total size of the industry is expected to grow to $100 billion by 2016-17 from the present $67 billion. Textile and apparel exports are expected to rise by a strong $25 billion by 2016-17 from the present $40 billion. The total fabric production is also expected to close to double in the period with the present figures at 64 billion square meters and 2016-17 numbers expected to be around 112 billion square meters. Total fiber production is expected to grow from $7 billion in 2013-14 to $10 billion in 2016-17.

The recent Annual Budget saw the government take several measures to boost the textile and garment sector. Not only were new budgets allocated but there were also several infrastructure development initiatives that will be critical to the growth of the textile and garments sector in India.

Textiles and Garments Manufacturing

Textile and Garments Manufacturing

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Best Places to Visit New Zealand

New Zealand is an unearthly, pictorial and pleasant country presenting tourists matchless changes for journey and exploration. The rugged islands are home to intense native jungles, mountains, beaches, glaciers, thermal areas and inlets that have been well-maintained by the environmentally-mindful government and ethnicity. Pristine and fantastic, the island state has something for each, including the following top visitor magnetisms in New Zealand.

  • Milford Sound
  • Bay of Islands
  • Tongariro National Park
  • Rotorua
  • Franz Josef Glacier
  • Kaikoura
  • Napier Art Deco
  • Sky Tower
  • Abel Tasman National Park
  • Coromandel Peninsula
Top Tourist Attraction in New Zealand

Top Tourist Attraction in New Zealand

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Indian Handloom Products in Spain

Spain is a well developed European country. Spain is a beautiful country as per natural view and well built buildings. Spanish is the main language of Spain, but there also uses English in some parts of the country. Madrid is the capital and main city of Spain. Other cities are Valencia, Seville, Barcelona, Zaragoza, Málaga, Murcia, Palma, Las Palmas, Bilbao.

Many Indians also stays in Spain for job purpose. Also visitors from every where in world visits Spain to observe natural beauty of  this country. Indian handloom and handicraft products like handloom silk sarees, handloom cotton sarees, ladies dress materials, handloom cotton shirts for men, patachitra art paintings, glass paintings etc. are very famous in Spain. These items exported to Spain from the old times. Now peoples of Spain can buy Indian handloom and handicraft products through online shopping store and got the same in their doorstep.

Handloom Silk Saree Sambalpuri Design Online

Handloom Silk Saree Sambalpuri Design Online

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Handicrafts of India Online Shopping

Indian handicraft items are very famous in India and abroad. Foreigners are always like to collect Indian handicraft items when they visit in India. Basically, handicraft items produced in interior places of India. From their need to collect the items. Indian handicrafts items made from white wood, bamboo, golden grass, palm leaf, animal’s horns, and various types of materials. Patachitra paintings and glass paintings also are very famous handicraft items in India. Now, Indian handicraft items available online shopping store. Peoples can buy Indian Handiraft items through online shopping store from anywhere in the world.

Handcrafted Patachitra Painting Online Shopping

Handcrafted Patachitra Painting Online Shopping

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Handloom Saree: A famous Indian Garment

A saree is always first choice of ladies. Now ladies are everywhere engaged in their working life. Now they share equal space with gentleman. In every working place we can see ladies are there. Say, in teaching, private sectors, other government jobs every where ladies are there. And in official purpose ladies always use sarees as their main garment. In sarees they looks always well and also they feel 100/% comfort. Handloom cotton sarees are the first choice as their official dress and in occasional purpose they use handloom silk sarees. Now they can collect handloom sarees through online shopping store.

Bargarh Cotton Handloom Saree Online Shopping

Bargarh Cotton Handloom Saree Online Shopping

Handloom Silk Sari for Wedding

Handloom Silk Sari for Wedding

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Bengali Beauty Kajol Love to Wear Handloom Sarees

We all know bollywood actress Kajol and also we love her acting styles and decent looks. Her dressing styles also very good and she always represent herself as an Indian beauty. Because, she prefer to wear Indian dresses. Handloom silk sarees her preferable choice. In any social gatherings, pujas, wedding reception etc. occasions we can see her with a gorgeous silk saree’s.

Kajol love to wear handloom sarees

Kajol love to wear handloom sarees

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Some blunders You Should Never Make While Wearing a Saree

A saree is clothing that makes you look good as well as attractive, yet in the most conventional approach. At the same time, it provides you an option to display your shape. However, there are different things that you want to take in mind of, in order to look you’re most excellent in this attractive Indian dress. If not worn correctly, the whole concentrate of dressing up in a saree may get ruined. Slight here or there can turn this stylish dress into a giant ruin.

Therefore, here are few objects that you should pass up when you choose to amaze in a saree: 

  • Wearing wrong shoes
  • Heavy jewellery
  • Experimenting the styles
  • Mismatch with the occasion
  • Adding too many aides
  • Misfit blouses
  • Flared petticoat
Patachitra Saree of Odisha Online Shopping

Patachitra Saree of Odisha Online Shopping

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Popularity of Indian Handloom and Handicraft Products

We all know that Indian handloom and handicraft items always in demand in the international market. India is very rich in handloom and handicraft items. When foreigners come to visit India they always remember to buy Indian handloom garments and handicraft items. Now peoples who stays outside India they can also buy Indian handloom and handicraft items through online shopping store.

When we visit in the abroad anywhere we will see Indians are present, specially when we visit countries like UK, USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UAE, Malaysia, Singapore, France, Japan, Spain, South Africa etc. And NRI’s always try to wear Indian traditional dresses in any social gatherings, public functions, pujas etc. And all we know that Indian women love to wear handloom sarees and other handloom dress materials.

Handloom Cotton Saree Online Shopping

Handloom Cotton Saree Online Shopping

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Australian Women Love to Wear Handloom Garments

Australia is a big country and very much rich in there cultures and traditions. Australian peoples are always fun loving, friendly and helpful. For these reasons number of outsiders stay and leading their life in Australia. Where always available jobs for foreigners and students. Education in Australia also very rich in the world map. Number of big names Universities and Institute have there for higher studies. Every year number of students go there to study in Australia from the different parts of world. Specially, they are from Asian countries. Students come from India, Malaysia, Indonesia, Srilanka, Koria, China etc countries.

There also have some mixed culture because from the different parts of world peoples can stay in Australia. Women of Australia always try to wear trendy and fashionable garments. Handloom Cotton and Silk garments are very famous in Australia. Indian women of Australia always try to wear handloom silk sarees in occasion purpose, like Durga puja, Diwali, Wedding parties etc.

Handloom Silk Sarees Online Shopping in Australia

Handloom Silk Sarees Online Shopping in Australia

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Earthquake is the Big Issue in Japan

Japan has had a big record of earthquakes and seismic action. It is a region of high seismicity because it is situated near main tectonic plate margins and is located on the Pacific Ring of Fire.

Although there is reveal of a seismic activity in Yamato in what is now Nara Territory on August 23, 416, the initial to be dependably recognized took place in Nara territory on May 28, 599 during the supremacy of Empress Suiko, devastating constructions throughout Yamato region.

On 11 March 2011, Japan experienced the toughest earthquake in its record, which was also its costliest earthquake, and definitely the costliest natural tragedy in record. The 2011 Tohoku earthquake calculated 9.0 on the instant magnitude scale and generated a tsunami around 10 meters tall. In spite of the forecasting methods, thousands were killed by the earthquake and tsunami. Over 100,000 constructions were break with numerous cities effectively totally demolished. Hundreds of after effects, including some over 7 MW, persisted after the first quake. As an effect of the Fukushima I nuclear disasters that pursued the tsunami, notice has been drawn concentration to running apprehensions over Japanese nuclear seismic plan paradigms.

Earthquake in Japan 2011

Earthquake in Japan 2011


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Popularity of Rugby Playing in the World

Rugby football is a way of football that expanded at Rugby School and was one of numerous editions of football played at English public schools during the 19th century. The two key methods of rugby are rugby league and rugby union. While these two types allocate the same intention of getting the ball over the line to score an attempt, the exact rules are dissimilar.

In France, rugby is largely played and has a well-built practice in the Catalan, Basque, Occitan, and regions along the border regions between Spain and France. The game is very well-liked in South Africa, having been initiated by English-speaking colonists in the 19th century. British settlers also brought the game with them to Australia and New Zealand, where the game is broadly played.

Popularity of Rugby in The Europe

Popularity of Rugby in The World

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Bicycle Race: Tour de France

The Tour de France is a yearly several stage bicycle competition mainly held in France, while also seldom making passes through nearby countries. The contest was first arranged in 1903 to raise paper sales for the journal L’Auto; it is presently run by the Amaury Sport Organisation. The contest has been held yearly since its initial version in 1903 apart from for when it was discontinued for the two World Wars. As the Tour increased importance and recognition the contest was extended and it’s arrive began to enlarge around the world. Involvement increased from a mainly French meadow, as riders from all over the world began to join in the competition every year. The Tour is a UCI World Tour affair, which means that the squads that contend in the competition are mainly UCI ProTeams, with the exemption of the squads that the organizers call.

The Tour de France, three-week-lengthy Grand Tours; the Tour is the oldest and normally believed the most impressive of the three. By tradition, the contest is held mostly in the month of July. While the way alters every year, the system of the contest continues the same with the manifestation of time experiments, the route through the mountain sequences of the Pyrenees and the Alps, and the end on the Champs-Elysees in Paris. The recent versions of the Tour de France consist of 21 day-long divisions over a 23-day phase and wrap around 3,500 km. The 2014 version consisted of 9 flat segments, 5 mountainous stages, 6 peak stages with 5 high-altitude ends, and 1 individual time-test phase. The contest interchanges between clockwise and anticlockwise tracks of France.

World Famous Tour De France

World Famous Tour De France

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The Famous Bull Running in Spain

Each year from July 7th-14th thousands set into Pamplona to begin Spain’s most renowned bull-running festival to respect Navarre capital’s patron saint, San Fermin. Spain phases more than 3,000 festivals every year but the 7 days of bull-running are the preferred in terms of exhibition and enthusiasm.

After the daybreak of July 7th, candidates (mostly young men) congregate at the bottom of Santo Domingo, which is the beginning line. They crowd mutually and chant to the picture of San Fermin which is positioned in a niche on a wall.

The convention is said to have come from realism when, in 1591 locals simply had to drove the bulls to the bull-fighting ground. At first only the drovers were exercised to escort the bulls. But it appears that at some date, the butcher’s association, who had the accountability of purchasing the bulls, began to unite in with the drovers and began to follow behind the bulls and heifers up to the bull-ring from Santo Domingo street – the beginning point of the run.

Spain’s bull-running are world famous number of foreigners also came in this festival from different parts of the world.

Bull-Running Festival  of Spain

Bull-Running Festival of Spain

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Rashyatra of Nabadwip and Santipur of West Bengal

Nabadwip and Santipur both are the city and a municipality in Nadia district in West Bengal. The name ‘Nabadwip’ originates from “9 islands” in the Bengali. They are namely Antardwip, Ritudwip, Madhyadwip, Simantadwip, Rudradwip, Godrumdwip, Jahnudwip, Modadrumdwip, and Koladwip. This town is the “Leelabhumi” or the Place of several Leelas  of Sri Chaitanya Mahaprabhu.

Nabadwip was the capital of Bengal kingdom under the supremacy of Mr. Ballal Sen and Mr. Lakshman Sen, the well-known leaders of the Sena kingdom.

In every year in the month of November Rash utsav happen in Nabadwip and it’s the world famous festivals of Nabadwip. Number of visitors came in this occasion from every parts of the world.

Shantipur is also very renowned for “Rashyatra”. Rashyatra of Santipur begins on the very next day of the opening of Nabadwip rash utsav. On the day of rash yatra, the key celebration of the city, all the citizens of Santipur go out in a majestic march around the city convoyed with drums, kirtan and playing instruments. Goswami bati, Madangopal Thakur bati, Radhaballav Jew, Bijay Krishna Goswami bati, Adwaitapath are some of the renowned families where tourists can like rash utsav in its purest form. Normally the program running for 4 days and on the 3rd night the march that moves around the city is truly exciting to look at. Clay sculpts with describes of the classics, dance of 108 dhaki, city lighting, well ornamented Haoda (extravagance throne) are the extraordinariness of 3rd night march. On the day of rashyatra, little girls are uniformed in exclusive conventional apparels and ornaments and adoration as Radha. After this, girls are asked to take a seat in Haoda beautify with flowers. Rai raja Haoda is an extra remarkable item to look at.

Since olden times, Santipur and its nearby sections are well-known for the handloom sarees. The handloom weaving designs special to this area are commonly known as Santipuri Saree to the women of West Bengal.


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Experience in Patachitra Painting Workshop

It’s a great experience for me when I went to Raghurajpur village of Puri district in Odisha. Where I found number of Patachitra painters working on their workshops. Patachitra painted garments like Sarees and some home decoration items like wall hanging etc are vary famous. The themes of Patachitra painting usually used by the painter are hindu mythological characters, various types of Species and Animals. Now people can buy Patachitra painting through online shopping store.

In Patachitra painting all the works on fabrics and on palm leaf are handcrafted and all colours using in paintings are natural.


Painters are working on Patachitra

Painters are working on Patachitra



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