That wooden showpiece to the wall hanging of our drawing rooms and balcony brings a vibrant and cozy environment in the house! Handloom Industry is one of the richest and vibrant aspects of Indian Cultural Heritage. Hand made dresses, utensils, curtains, furnitures, decoratives, silk clothes produced from silkworm are all found in almost every households of India. This industry generates employment in huge number as it completly depends on labour intensive technique. This industry helps the unskilled labours to earn and live in a prosporous way and also empowers the woman to become entrepreneurs. Courses under this sectors can be like Toy making, Embroidery, Zardosi Costume designing etc. This industry depicts the richness in Indian Cultural diversity. With over 4.3 million people directly and indirectly involved in the production, the handloom industry is the second-largest employment provider for the rural population in India after agriculture.