With the new automatic machinery, the redevelopment of the Silk Factory in Kashmir will increase the silk production of Kashmir from 50,000 meters per year to 3 lakh meters.
The revival and development of the old Kashmir Silk Factory benefited about 40,000 families Smiles on faces Which are directly dependent on it.
You may have always heard of Kashmir Valley Pashmina, but most people know very little about the silk produced in Kashmir. Mulberry silk from Kashmir Valley is in demand all over the world. It is considered high level. But the main silk factory in Srinagar, Jammu and Kashmir, was completely damaged in the 2014 floods. The factory has now been rehabilitated with state-of-the-art technology under the Jammu and Kashmir Jhelum Tawi Flood Recovery Project with the help of the World Bank in the Prime Minister’s Development Package for Jammu and Kashmir.
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