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In India, cotton is carefully harvested by hand, which ensures an unusually low level of impurities, with no chemical defoliance. The softness, strength, color fastness and the capacity to endure wash, wear, and tear are marked in the Indian handloom. Today cotton is an integral part of textiles in India. Nearly more than four million handlooms are engaged in weaving fabrics of the different varieties of cotton. The colors, textures, motifs are as vibrantly varied as the regions they are made in. In the lush green environment of Bengal white is the dominant color. Whereas the weavers of Orissa use the red laterite soil as the backdrop for their rich myriad colored weaves. The desert belt from Kutch in Gujarat to Rajasthan has a bold and robust tradition of intense sunburnt colors like brilliant red, deep yellow, vivid

lime green and brilliant blue.The rich Gangetic plains gave rise to textile tradition of delicate colors,softer textures, well-definedborders and delicate flowers. The dry hot climate of Tamil Nadu, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh gave rise to rich luminous colored silks and the cool white unbleached cotton