I got into the sewing trade in 2006 when I was 17 years old, working as a seamstress in a textile factory in a small city in the South Asian state of Punjab.
The local textile industry, known locally as Bhat, is known for its handmade fabrics.
I would sew on top of silk thread to make my own scarves and scarves made out of bamboo fabric, as well as bamboo wool.
The scarves were a big hit.
At the time, I was one of the only people working in the factory.
Today, Bhat is one of India’s largest textile producers, producing a total of 2,000,000 silk scarves per year.
But that’s not what attracted me to the industry.
I didn’t know what it was like working with cotton.
It was a very different industry than sewing.
I learned a lot about the process, the process of weaving, how to do it properly, the history behind it.
That was the thing that attracted me.
I got a lot of lessons from the other workers there, and from my parents.
Bhat textile industries has been a good learning experience for me, I’m now making my own silk scarfs and scarfs made from bamboo, a product that’s used in the textile industry worldwide.
What do you think of the cotton industry?
I think that the cotton textile industry is one that can really be an industry of social justice, especially in rural India.
There are a lot issues in the cotton industries.
They have a lot to do with land rights, which means that the land belongs to people.
They also have to do a lot with pesticides, which are widely used in cotton production, but which are also used in other industries, like textiles.
I think the cotton is an example of a textile industry that has been used to push for social justice.
It is also a textile business that is working on the issues of climate change.
What is the history of the industry?
There’s a lot that goes into the history and history of this industry.
It started in India in the 19th century.
The first silk scarf was made by a young woman named M.N. Muhlavi in Bengal.
She was studying under the renowned English teacher, Elizabeth Blount, in India.
At one point, the cotton mills were on the outskirts of Bengal, in what is now known as the village of Pudukottai.
The cotton industry came in, and it began to spread throughout the world.
By the 1920s, it had spread to all of India.
Around this time, a man named George Muthukamal was living in India, and he was trying to take advantage of the situation in Bengal to sell cotton to the British.
This was a time when India was the world’s largest cotton producer, and the cotton trade was flourishing.
Muthusamal’s son, G.N., worked as a trader, and in 1923, he started selling cotton at the market at Bhat.
They sold cotton to all over the world, but it was only in the 1920’s that they started to sell silk scarfing scarves.
Silk scarfing was actually the first silk textile, and silk scarfties were made from silk thread and bamboo.
It’s also where the word silk comes from, as it’s the fibre that’s made from the fibres of bamboo and silk.
They were also called mohlavi, or silk-worms.
I can still remember when the first Silk Scarf was produced.
I used to go to the market, and I would be sewing on the bottom of the silk scarffies to make them, and then I would put the silk threads into a cotton bag.
I started to sew on my scarfs.
It wasn’t that long ago, but there was a lot more work to be done.
Then, in 1948, the textile sector in India was hit by a strike.
That strike was the first major strike in the history, and that strike was a turning point in the development of the textile industries in India and the world in general.
It also changed the way that cotton was produced, and changed how silk was produced in India as well.
So, the industrialisation of the country changed, and we started to see the emergence of the Mumbaikars, the wealthy landowners in the country.
These were people who had inherited cotton plantations from their parents, and they started farming the land, and starting to produce cotton.
The Mumbas also started buying silk scarfffies.
This is when the term mohli became synonymous with the silk textile industry.
What are the challenges of the world today?
The world is going through some of the worst global crises of recent times.
The biggest challenge that the world is facing is climate change, which is affecting the agriculture sector.
We are now facing drought, with the worst floods ever recorded in the world last year, and climate change is causing