India’s Industrial Diaries: Bhilwara the textile hub of India

Bhilwara is the largest employer in the organised and unorganised sectors as textile operations are carried out in the mills in Bhilwara and around 75,000 individuals work in the industry to boost the state’s economy.

The district is home to as many as 16 spinning mills in a large sector along with 5 open spinning units, which manufacture around 2 lakh tonnes of polyester/viscose and cotton yarn every year. With such a large production churning out per annum, Bhilwara district alone is said to meet 44% of the State’s yarn production capacity.

   


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