Cotton Essay Topics

Cotton

One of the similarities between Japan and India’s mechanization of the cotton industry from the 1880s to the 1930s is the production of cotton and yarn went up with the use of machines. One difference is more men worked in India than Japan. The first topic for discussion will be about how the workers in… View Article

Textile Industry of Mumbai

Girangaon (Marathi: गिरणगाव, literally “mill village”) was a name commonly used to refer to an area now part of central Mumbai, India, which at one time had almost 130 textile mills, with the majority being cotton mills. The mills of Girangaon contributed significantly to the prosperity and growth of Mumbai during the later nineteenth century… View Article

Cotton & textiles

Cotton is one of the most versatile textiles in the world. It’s lightweight and breathable, and it’s a natural fabric, easy to make and manufacture. It’s especially used to make very casual sort of clothing, easy pieces that look relaxed and not too uptight. While some variations of cotton textile are made with polyester to… View Article

The Benefits of the Cotton Gin

The cotton gin was invented in 1793 by Eli Whitney to clean cotton fibers from the seeds (cotton gin). It was an invention created to reduce work and make cotton production quicker (Cotton Gin). It caused great reduction in the time it took to clean cotton. The cotton gin could drastically reduce the time it… View Article

Acid and bases on tensile strength of fibre

“Acid & Bases on Tensile Strength of Strength of Fibres” being submitted to is an original piece of work done by me and has not been published or submitted elsewhere for any other degree in full or in part. (Signature)Project Report on Effects of Acids & Bases on the Tensile Strength of FibresObjectives”Project Report Effects… View Article

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Kalamkari the ancient Indian art of painting Kalamkari refers to a method of painting natural dyes onto cotton or silk fabric with a bamboo pen or kalam. The name kalamkari translates as pen (kalam) work (kari) in Hindi/Urdu, and was most likely derived from trade relationships between Persian and Indian merchants as early as the… View Article

Agro Based Industries

Location -The first cotton textile mill on modern lines was started in Bombay in 1854. Later the mills were started at Ahmedabad in 1858, then in Kanpur, Nagpur, Sholapur, Surat and other places. As I said before, today India holds the third place among the cotton textile producing countries of the world. It provides emplyment… View Article