From pastel handwoven sarees and kurtas to chic handcrafted accessories and home furnishings, India’s handloom industry is popular for its intricate designs and craftsmanship across the world. It is this popularity that also makes handloom products one of the high in-demand categories on international marketplaces. From Panipat and Banaras to Kanchipuram and Pochampalli, handloom products are woven and exported from some of these top cities across India.
To regulate and assist handloom exporters from India, the Ministry of Textiles established the Handloom Export Promotion Council. This body helps ensure the smooth functioning of the handloom industry. It supports and guides the Indian handloom fabric exporters and international buyers to increase international trade
. With the ease of exports through e-commerce, Indian sellers have captured international customers with their handloom products in countries like the USA, the UK, Germany
, Italy, France, the UAE
, and many more1