Trade Culture Of India

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India is the place with historical culture. India has occupied different traditions in last few centuries. You can read through the history of India that every tradition in the history ruled here. Beside these traditions, there was a system of kings and viceroys and after the war of independence in 1947; India relieved from some unnecessary traditions. It was not just an ending for some reasons; India has adopted more cultures in last few decades.

Here, I need to start a discussion about cities of India with their cultural goods that they are exporting to other countries. Multiple cities of India have different types of cultures due to their population increase day by day. Let’s start discussion about Indian Suppliers but firstly there is a census about Indian population. Census of last year calculated India’s population as 1.21 billion and there is a strange birth rate increment. So, we are not here to discuss about population census. Now, coming to the point and I am showing you how different cities maintained their culture with their great productions.

Carpets of India are famous globally. Hand weaved silk and wool carpets are trade culture. These carpets are originated from Uttar Pradesh. Many Carpet Importers globally import these carpets and sell in their countries.

India exports every year a large number of Indian Handmade Jewelry to the international market. Sometimes ago, Royal families have their own jewelers for making jewelry for them. The main jewelry crafts of India are Kundan, Jadau, Ivory, Gold, Filigree, Beaded, Lac, Pachchikam and Glass Jewelry.

The famous tradition of Delhi can be seen on Granite and Marble utensils. Thousands of stone carving specialists daily design these stones for different purposes. Global Marble Importers import a large quantity every year.

According to Natyashastra (a famous book), Saris are the traditional clothing of India. If you need to find Suppliers of Saris in India so you should check these types of Saris with their producer cities: Samblapuri, Bomkai & Vichitrapuri from Orissa, Jamdani from Uttar Pradesh, Maheshwari & Chanderi Saris from Madhya Pradesh, Venkatagiri Saris from Hyderabad, Pochampalli, Narayanpet & Nander in Andhra Pradesh, Karalkudi from Kerela, Ikat saris from Karnataka, Tie & Dye saris from Gujarat, Kota Doria from Kota and some other are Kanchivaram, Pudukotttai & Chettinad.

Jute Products like jute bags, table mats and papers can be imported from various parts of India.

Papers and Paper Pulp of India are produced through simple and traditional processes. You can import Paper Products from India as well.

Leather Crafts and Glassware of India are one of the oldest traditions in the world. Thousands of Suppliers export these commodities in different varieties to many Global Importers.

Spices of India have great charm among other Asian and some European countries. Some traditional spices of India are Ginger, Sour mango powder, Celery, Carom / thyme seed, gooseberry, Pomegranate seed, cardamoms, Star anise, Cinnamons, Coriander seed, Garam masala, Rose water, Turmeric, Tamarind, Nutmeg, Mace, Cumin seed, Curry Leaf, neem leaf, Black salt, Saffron, Fenugreek, mustard seed Aniseed and Capsicum.

Some other traditional commodities to be imported from India are Pottery, Textiles, Metal Crafts, Cane Furniture, Zardozi, Ceramic Tiles, Clay Toys, Compass, Armlets, Obsidian, Plastic Products, Rattlers, Rose Wood, Sand Stone Utensils, Shell Crafts, Shawls, Terracotta Crafts, Woven Coverlets and Wood Crafts.

I know I have implemented so much for you in this article. So, you just need to discuss if you know anything more about India Trade Culture. Let’s start discussion here!

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This article was published on 2012/05/19