Naik P.Y.,Silk Conditioning and Testing House |
Rama Kumar B.,Silk Conditioning and Testing House |
Hukkeri S.M.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center |
Naik S.V.,Silk Conditioning and Testing House |
Nanjegowda B.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center
Indian Silk | Year: 2010
Peddahiagari Mohan, residing in thickly populated bylanes of weaving neighborhood in Dharmavaram, is a connoisseur in embroidery designs on silk saris. He has created altogether new concepts of designing out of his sheer passion for innovation. Unlike traditional designing methods, he draws the designs directly on a plain silk sari with the help of a pencil. His unrelenting hunt for new designs brings in best collection into his digital design gallery. Accolades shower as hundreds of women, especially from weaker section, received training under his expertise. He is highly content as he finds many of them either working for some societies or leading their own design studios. While many of the talents quite often go unnoticed, he has braved the setbacks and kept afloat. In a situation where the behavior of the customers is converging upon to look for something new, he finds solace in finding his efforts fall in place, in near future.
Itagi M.R.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center |
Murgod S.B.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center |
Shirol M.M.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center |
Nerli S.A.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center |
Patil B.G.,Demonstration cum Technical Service Center
Indian Silk | Year: 2010
The Central Silk Technological Research Institute (CSTRI), Bangalore has recently developed many novel technologies in post-cocoon sector to facilitate different processes and ensure improvement in quality of silk dyeing. Dyeing activity is a part and parcel of the industry and the nature of dye absorption by the silk material is of interest and should be given technical importance in silk. Demonstration -cum - Technical Service Centre (DCTSC), Dharwad has the mandate of providing technical services to the silk production clusters of silk reeling, weaving and processing in Northern Karnataka and Western Maharashtra. Dyes of red, violet, orange, maroon, blue, green, chrisophene and crimson colours were used. Investment on existing unit/industry to meet the global requirement towards improvement in quality and production is always supported by the Govnment for overall growth of the entrepreneurs as well as industry.