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APPEAL TO TEXTILE MACHINERY MANUFACTURERS

I have observed that most of the machinery manufactures are hard workers, intelligent and honest in their business. But they tend to make bigger and bigger machines so that they get bigger profit. They do not think or they do not know that bigger machines have bigger exploitative capacity and highly centralized textile mills invariably create huge disparity in the society throwing crores of jobless people into starvation and making handful of people multi billionaire. So bigger machines are evils invariably. But there is a trend among machinery manufactures to take a pride in making bigger and bigger machines. So ...

Revolution of Textile Spinning through PV Solar Power

Just recently we have established small spinning mill of 2200 spindles in a remote village in Bhavnagar District. It is just same machinery as conventional spinning mill i.e. Blow room, card, draw frame, speed frame, 5 ring frames of 440 spindles and cone winding machine. We have connected cotton ginning with it to produce lint cotton. I am sure it will be highly profitable. We have purchased old running machinery from Ahmadabad and shifting it to a village. I have decided not to earn a single rupee from this activity. During this process, I am pondering over further decentralization of ...

PRACTICAL SOLUTION OF POVERTY & UNEMPLOYMENT OF INDIA

India produces 500 crore kg. (3 crores bales) of lint cotton annually. Just by spinning this cotton in every home and weaving the yarn in every village, poverty and unemployment can be removed immediately. This can be practically done by using modern scientific machinery and by competing to present centralized textile industry. I will explain how. MODERN HOME SPINNING UNIT will consist of Amber Charkha 10 spindle cost Rs 11000/Energy unit of 12V, 100W PV panel, Battery 12V x 40Ah capacity, 12V, 50W DC motor ( suitable wiper motor of car or truck) and digital display of battery charging level ...

TEXTILE INDUSTRY- IMMEDIATE NECESSITY FOR DECENTRALIZATION

Spinning in every home and weaving in every village was a normal scene in happy and peaceful India for many centuries. But with the inception of big textile mills before about 150 years, English Government encouraged big textile mills with the molafide intention of exploiting entire India and created hurdles against home scale textile industry. So this important home scale village industry was broken resulting in to poverty and unemployment. During the freedom struggle, Gandhiji tried his best for 40 years to revive this home industry in the name of Khadi and spinning in millions of homes was started. But ...