Handicraft and Handloom
Handicraft and Handloom sectors are getting the due attention of the government in Jammu and Kashmir.
Recently LG Manoj Sinha said that Jammu Kashmir will emerge as the principal handicraft, handloom market of the future.
He said that J&K’s handloom and handicraft sector is an ageless cultural asset of India, carrying a strong influence of our rich cultural diversity and spiritual traditions.
It is the source of socio-economic growth to a large section of society and creates a rich pool of artisans.
Export is the biggest source of revenue for handloom, handicraft and both Global North and Global South are major destinations for our handmade products.
The creativity of our craftspeople, weavers, artisans and the indigenous skills is being recognized and admired by the world.
Our aim is to create a strong edifice of trade relationship to give a much-needed boost to our handloom and handicraft sector.
J&K is witnessing the dawn of a new era, rooted in peace and stability giving rise to economic, social and cultural renaissance.
UT Administration is committed to provide an enabling and conducive environment where businesses can thrive, investments can flourish, and entrepreneurs can realize their dreams.
Government is looking forward to improving and harmonising the relationship between J&K and the global market to meet new demands, develop new ventures, improve profitability and ensure our priceless artistic products find their rightful place in the market.