About Us

About us

The manufacturing history of Pochampally Ikat sarees dates back. It has been said that at that time, some village headmen of Pochampally decided to weave silk along with cotton to make a better living. This was the beginning of a revolutionary era in the Pochampally handloom industry. Unlike the Orissan industry, the weaving of Pochampally sarees appears to be a modern development without strong indigenous roots. Pochampalli, in Nalgonda district, is famous for its Ikat sarees. The weaving is called by the name of IKAT `Chitku`, ‘Patola’ in these places. The Pochampally Ikat sarees have a good market in India and abroad because the weavers use modern synthetic colours and create exclusive designs that are typical of the saree tradition. The weavers, who are involved in creating Pochampally sarees, follow a particular way for weaving the Forum the Paolu designs of Gujarat. The weavers, who are involved in creating Pochampally sarees, follow a particular way for weaving the sarees. At first, the yarn for the warp and weft is stretched on warping blocks in the form of quarter circle. They consist of one strong peg connected with a circular segment of a wooden plank. These are studded with about 35 pegs. Then the thread is stretched on it and divided into a number of sets. After the weaving is done, the artisans go for dyeing the fabric. The dying process is repeated several times. The process of dyeing involves taking off the yarn and stretching it. Them it is partly opened and tied again for dyeing. The method of weaving the Pochampally varieties i.e Sarees, Bedsheets, Shirtings, Funishings etc is similar to the tie-and-dye method, but the yarn is dyed before weaving.All Andhra Pradesh Ikat sarees are sold in major urban centres. The weavers of Pochampally create Ikat sarees that are simple and geometric designs are incorporated in the good quality Ikat sarees.Pochampally, a cluster of 80 villages, is the place where threads and colours find their way into the hands of skillful weavers and meander into the market as beautiful sarees and dress material is the most typical weaving village in Nalgonda District of Telangana.

Basking under the glory on par with the weaves of other places (Such as Kanchi, Dharmavaram, Gadwal, Venkatagiri etc.), Pochampally weave is popularly known as ikkat or tie and dye weave. The uniqueness lies in the transfer of design and colouring onto warp and weft threads first and then weave them together. The fabric is cotton, silk and sico - a mix of silk and cotton. Increasingly, the colours themselves are from natural sources and their blends.

About Society: This society establish in the year 1955.The Turnover of this society is about 2.5 crores per annum. They sell their products all over India by participating exhibitions also and got few Awards and Rewards to this society.

Pochampally is an interesting collage of tradition, history, heritage, modernity and widely known for Pochampally Saree. Surrounded by hills, tanks and ponds, and lush green fields, spread-out silk warps, neera tapping from palm trees, mat-making women, open-sky chatrashala houses, a perennially full tank, hills, temples, Vinoba Mandir - Bhoodan Ashram, and cultural complexes, Pochampally makes up for an exciting destination to spend one’s vacation.

It is located in the distance of 70kms from Nalgonda and 35 kms from Hyderabad.

Objective:
# To deliver good quality products to customers.
# To create new design with good colour combination product according to the marketing trend.
# To support & trained weavers to produce good quality & new design product.
# To offer the products at cost effective price and ensure that they are timely delivered.