Star textile from Williams, Morris texts on sale in India
Textiles from Williams Mills, Morrisset in New Jersey, are on sale for the first time in India.
The Williams Mills Indian brands are all in the range of $5,000-$6,000, according to the online retailers website, Indi-Vid.
Williams, a company founded in 1909 by William Morris, is the world’s largest retailer of textiles.
It employs 1,800 people and has more than 100 brands.
Williams also owns a textile and textile apparel company in India, the Bharat Mills.
Indian textile manufacturers make garments for India’s rich and the poor, said Shubhajit Banerjee, a textile expert at the Indian Institute of Technology Bombay.
Indians are not used to wearing traditional fabrics and the products are often expensive and often not of the highest quality.
The brands have not been named because India’s laws do not allow for such names.
A lot of people are not aware of the names of the brands, said Banerje.
The brands are often branded with the words “Made in India” or “Made by Indians”, and are not allowed to be sold abroad.
Banerje said the Indian government should introduce a law making it easier for the Indian companies to export their products to the United States.
The laws in India are very restrictive and do not give them the same level of protection as they do in the United Kingdom, he said.
A spokesman for Williams said the brands were made in India with the help of American workers and that the names and brands of the companies do not correspond to any particular country.
India has one of the lowest levels of literacy among developed countries.
About 80% of people aged 15-64 have not read the Bible, according the World Bank.