How many branches of the Chennai Silks?

How many branches of the Chennai Silks?

The Chennai Silks has its branches in Ernakulam, Tirupur, Coimbatore (3 Stores), Erode, Chennai, Velachery, Tiruchirappalli, Madurai, Karur, Kochi, Tirunelveli, Vellore, Salem, Hosur, Viluppuram, Kovilpatti, Thanjavur, Kumbakonam, Thoothukudi, Tiruvallur, Chittor, Dindigul, Hyderabad, and Chrompet.

Who is the owner of Pothys?

pothys ramesh

Type Silk Sarees
Services Silk sarees
Revenue 1.4million usd
Owner pothys ramesh

Who is Pothys owner?

What is Bavanji border?

● Bavanji border is where the border is of plain geometric design.

What is Vaira OOSI saree?

Vaira oosi is a Tamil name for a traditional Kanjivaram saree where ”Vaira” means diamond and “oosi” means needle. Therefore the saree is named on its design. The richly woven diamond shapes in the border and the needle like stripes in the body gives it a lustrous look.

What is SANA silk?

Sana silk is a type of art (artificial) silk fabric which is widely used these days as a base fabric in manufacturing sarees.

What is CSIR-central scientific instruments organisation?

CSIR-Central Scientific Instruments Organisation is proud to be associated with ITEC Programme sponsored by Ministry of External Affairs spanning over 160 partner countries in the field of Instrumentation since 1994.

What is CSIO Chennai centre?

The CSIO Chennai Centre was established in 1965 to meet the repair and maintenance requirements of scientific and industrial instruments of the southern region.

What is the work of CSIR Chandigarh?

CSIR CSIO has working in various areas of instrumentation and skill development program by awarding diplomas through Indo-Swiss Training Centre (ISTC) at Chandigarh and established centres at Chennai and Delhi to meet the regional needs.