It is said that history of sericulture dates back to 4000
years ago in China. It was kept guarded there for long
but eventually the art reached Japan, Vietnam, part of
Russia and India. Since then, the Indian silk has been
an integral showcase of the exotic Indian culture. The
era of the Maharajas glorified the fabrics to its fullest.
Handmade intricate embroidery and the finely woven Muslin
have always astonished and allured the world.
Indian silks are woven mainly from the following yarns:
1. Filiature 2. Dupione 3. Matka 4. Noil 5. Tussah
6. Gicha 7. Katia 8. Jhuri 9. Fesua
And the main production centers
are at Bangalore, Bhagalpur, Varanasi, Champa, Orissa
and Andhra Pradesh.
Indian silks is our specialty and pride. Every new development
at Amba is a creation of hard work, innovative insight
and market forecast. Time honoured and high tech embroideries
are our forte. Creating new weaves and combining yarns
to make blends never seem to stop surprising our valued
customers. Our ability to weave their ides to fabrics
has always given us satisfaction and pleasure.
Our team of young executives has a knack of understanding
the demands of our valued customers. We can turn their
ideas to fabrics in a quick frame of time. We meet the
delivery of our orders on time every time.
The Government of India had been bestowing us with Export
Merit Awards for our outstanding export performance
since 20 years.