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Sreeram Textiles

About Us

Since 1989 we are in this textile industry as retailers and about six decades we were professional weavers too. Now we are entering to export industry with ample knowledge and product experience. Moreover we have export license issued by the Government of India as well.

About Hand Loom

A ‘handloom’ is a loom that is used to weave cloth without the use of any electricity. Hand weaving is done on pit looms or frame looms generally located in weavers’ homes. Weaving is primarily the interlacing of two sets of yarn – the warp (length) and the weft (width). The equipment that facilitates this interlacing is the loom. Generally handloom saree weaving is a family enterprise and one of India's cottage industries. The handloom sarees are made from silk or cotton threads. Traditionally all the process of thread dyeing and warping were outsourced and sizing, attaching the warp, weft winding and Weaving were done by the weavers.

About Power Loom

The power loom was a steam-powered, mechanically operated version of a regular loom, an invention that combined threads to make cloth. The huge components of the loom are the warp beam, heddles, harnesses, shuttle, reed and take up roll. In the loom, yarn processing includes shedding, picking, battening and taking-up operations. Originally, power looms used a shuttle to throw the weft across, but in 1927 the faster and more efficient shuttleless loom came into use. Today, advances in technology have produced a variety of looms designed to maximise production for specific types of material. The most common of these are Sulzer shuttleless weaving machines, rapier looms, air-jet looms and water-jet looms. The power loom also opened up opportunities for women mill workers.

Product Certificates

India Hand Loom


Hand Loom Mark


Silk Mark


Craft Mark