8th India International Silk Fair inaugurated

Textiles Minister Smriti Irani today inaugurated the 8th India International Silk Fair on Virtual Portal. The fair is considered to be India’s biggest silk fair, being held under one roof on Indian Silk Export Promotion Council’s virtual platform.

The five days event is being held virtually due to COVID-19 pandemic. Mrs Irani said that more than 200 overseas buyers have already registered and an equal number of their representatives in India will be interacting with more than 100 renowned and big Indian companies manufacturing and trading silk and silk blended products.

She called upon the exhibitors and overseas buyers to take part in this initiative to celebrate the beauty and vibrancy of Indian silk. India has a long history of silk production and is the 2nd largest producer of Silk. India is the only country in the world which produces all the four major varieties of silk – Mulberry, Eri, Tassar, and Muga.

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