Why India Cannot use high quality yarn produced in the country?
India has a world class production and quality in spinning, but weaving supplies low quality of fabric because they are fragmented in small units. The mismatch is a major drawback. Although the production of staple cotton has increased but we still need to import good quality staple cotton.
Why do weaving supplies low quality fabric in India?
India has world-class production in spinning, but weaving supplies low quality of fabric as it cannot use much of the high quality yarn produced in the country. Weaving is done by handloom, power loom and in mills.
Which yarn is flexible?
Multifilament yarns are also more flexible than monofilaments, a property which facilitates weaving of the tightest and most efficient of all woven fabrics.
Why we Cannot use high quality yarn?
Many times they are not able to afford high quality yarn. Other reasons are weaving sector is not well organised, stiff competition from the power loom and mill sector and insufficient flow of credit.
Why is it important for us to improve our weaving sector?
It is important for us to improve our weaving sector instead of exporting yarn in large quantities because majority of the rural population in India apart from agriculture is involved in weaving cloth. Weaving is an important occupation of the rural people.
Why does many of our spinners export cotton yarn?
(i) The weaving, knitting and processing units cannot use much of the high quality yarn that is produced in the country. Therefore, many of our spinners export cotton yarn while apparel/garment manufacturers have to import fabric.
Which of the following technique was used in ancient India for producing cotton textile?
In ancient India, cotton textiles were produced with hand spinning and handloom weaving techniques. After the 18th century, power looms came into use.