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New Delhi, India: Prime Minister Narendra Modi marked the inauguration of Bharat Tex 2024 at Bharat Mandapam, New Delhi, shedding light on the government’s dedication to enriching the textile sector in India. The PM emphasized the importance of tradition, technology, talent, and training to propel the sector into a new era.

In his heartfelt address, Prime Minister Modi highlighted the significance of Bharat Tex 2024 as an extraordinary platform showcasing India’s exceptional talents in the textile industry. He pointed out that beyond textiles, Khadi has emerged as a powerful force, bringing empowerment to women across the country.

“Bharat Tex’s thread is weaving together India’s illustrious history with the talents of today,” remarked PM Modi, characterizing the event as special due to its location at India’s two largest exhibition centers, Bharat Mandapam and Yashobhoomi.

Over the course of four days, Bharat Tex 2024 has attracted over three thousand exhibitors, three thousand buyers from a hundred countries, and 40 thousand trade visitors. This textile event is considered one of the most significant global textile gatherings hosted in India, aligning seamlessly with PM Modi’s five F vision – farm to fibre, fibre to factory, factory to fashion, and fashion to foreign.

Union Textiles Minister Piyush Goyal commended the grand organization of India’s biggest textile show, aligning with the Prime Minister’s vision for the comprehensive growth of the textile industry.

The event is poised to play a crucial role in showcasing India’s prowess in the textile sector on the global stage, fostering collaborations, and steering the industry toward sustainable growth. The government’s holistic approach, incorporating tradition, technology, talent, and training, aims to fortify India’s position as a textile powerhouse.

Bharat Tex 2024 serves as a testament to India’s commitment to innovation, quality, and excellence in the textile industry, setting the stage for a vibrant future in this critical sector.

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi has launched a week-long program called ‘Sankalp Saptaah’ aimed at improving the lives of people in aspirational blocks across India. The program focuses on efficient resource utilization, convergence, and public participation for grassroots development.

During the launch at Bharat Mandapam in New Delhi, Prime Minister Modi emphasized the significance of optimizing resources, stating that budgets alone cannot drive change, and efficient use of existing resources is equally crucial.

‘Sankalp Saptaah’ aligns with the Aspirational Blocks Programme (ABP) initiated by the Prime Minister in January. It aims to enhance governance at the block level, ultimately improving citizens’ quality of life.

To support the ABP’s successful implementation and develop robust strategies, ‘chintan shivirs’ (reflection workshops) were conducted at village and block levels nationwide. ‘Sankalp Saptaah’ represents the culmination of these deliberations and will be observed in all 500 aspirational blocks.

Throughout ‘Sankalp Saptaah,’ each day from October 3 to October 9 focuses on a specific development theme that all aspirational blocks will work on. These themes include ‘Sampoorna Swasthya’ (comprehensive health), ‘Suposhit Pariwaar’ (well-nourished families), ‘Swachhta’ (cleanliness), ‘Krishi’ (agriculture), ‘Shiksha’ (education), and ‘Samridhi Diwas’ (prosperity day).

The program’s final day, October 9, will celebrate the week’s achievements and efforts during ‘Sankalp Saptaah – Samavesh Samaroh.’ The inaugural event at Bharat Mandapam witnessed the participation of around 3,000 panchayat and block-level representatives and approximately two lakh people, including block and panchayat functionaries, farmers, and individuals from various backgrounds, who joined virtually.

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On the occasion of National Handloom Day PM Modi Today launched the e-portal ‘Bhartiya Vastra evam Shilpa Kosh – A Repository of Textiles & Crafts’ developed by the National Institute of Fashion Technology. The Prime Minister also visited the exhibition and interacted with the artisan, craft and weavers. 

In his address, the Prime Minister underlined the contribution of India’s handloom industry and emphasized the importance of preserving India’s diverse clothing traditions. He noted that the launch of ‘Bhartiya Vastra evam Shilpa Kosh’ would help compile and showcase India’s rich clothing heritage. The Prime Minister also spoke about the Swadeshi Movement and its role in connecting Indian weavers with the people, inspiring the government to choose National Handloom Day.

The Prime Minister emphasized the need to promote Swadeshi and support the handloom industry, which has seen unprecedented growth in recent years. He noted that the sale of Khadi clothes has increased by five times, and its demand in foreign nations is also increasing. The Prime Minister also highlighted the success of his Mann Ki Baat program in promoting Khadi products. The Prime Minister recalled his conversations with the weavers before the start of the program and welcomed the various handloom clusters from across the country in today’s grand celebrations. He also observed the diversity in clothing ranging from the tribal communities in far-fetched areas to people living in the snow-clad mountains, and from people in the coastal regions to those living in the desert as well as the clothing available in the markets of India. 

Handloom Weaver Shri. Rajendra Ankam from Solapur (Maharashtra)

The Prime Minister expressed delight that the need to enlist and compile the diverse clothing of India has come to fruition today with the launch of ‘Bhartiya Vastra evam Shilpa Kosh’. The launch of the e-portal and the Prime Minister’s address at the National Handloom Day Celebration reflect the government’s commitment to preserving India’s rich textile heritage and promoting Swadeshi.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the National Handloom Day Celebration at Bharat Mandapam in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, and launched the e-portal ‘Bhartiya Vastra evam Shilpa Kosh – A Repository of Textiles & Crafts’ developed by the National Institute of Fashion Technology. The Prime Minister highlighted the contribution of the handloom industry of India and said that the confluence of old and new defines the new India of today. He also emphasized the need to repeat the Swadeshi resolution to support the weavers and handicraftsmen in the upcoming festivities of Raksha Bandhan, Ganesh Utsav, Dussehra, and Deepavali. The Prime Minister expressed satisfaction that the schemes implemented for the textile sector are becoming a major means of social justice as lakhs of people are engaged in handloom work in villages and towns across the country. He also mentioned the Mudra Yojana and said that it has now become possible for weavers to get loans without guarantee.

The Prime Minister urged the citizens to host the Tricolour and celebrate the ‘Har Ghar Tiranga’ once again. Union Minister of Textiles, Shri Piyush Goyal, Union Minister of State for Textiles, Smt Darshana Jardosh and Union Minister for Micro, Small & Medium Enterprises, Shri Narayan Tatu Rane were present on the occasion among others.

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