CONTENTS:- 1. Ramie. 2. Jute. 3. Hemp. 4. San Hemp. 5. Kenaf. 6. Roselle. 7. Bhindi. 8. Jaba Kusum. 9. Swet Jaba. 10. Sthal Padma. 11. Lata Kasturi. 12. Nettles. 13. Sisal. 14. Pineapple. 15. Atasi. 16. Abaca. 17. Banana. 18. Screw Pines. 19. Bhurjya Twak. 20. Chhilka. 21. Deola. 22. Coast cotton tree. 23. Trailing hollyhock. 24. Animal hair. 25. Non conventional textile from conventional materials. 26. The fibres and the principle of extraction. 27. Spinning technology and evolution. 28. THIO of non conventional textile. 29. Swot analysis. 30. Action plan.
Textile is an important item of our life, from essential to style. As style grew beyond essentiality people now ready to pay more knowing well that they are paying much higher than actual material value. As population grows therefore demand for textile increases at galloping rate. The textile is now being produced from various materials like cotton, silk, wool, synthetics and rayon thus textile from these items may be considered as conventional textiles. As demand for textile on increase with growth of population, it is anticipated that there shall be shortage of these items. In other words, we are heading for an era of textile crises. Therefore there is need for searching other items which may give us textile. This book deals with non-conventional textiles as a solution to avert future textile crises. In various chapter it has dealt with ramie, jute, various hibiscus plants, linseed, camel, hair, rabbit hair etc., the method of extraction, spinnable properties etc., so that the book shall come handy to planners, textile engineers, scholars and so on so as to enable them to work further for out better tomorrow.