Eri silk is reared in the northern part of Assam & Arunachal Pradesh in the foot hills by tribals and is the only domesticated silk worm in India. Catterpillar Samia Cynthia racini feeds on wild castors to produce the wooly, soft white silk fibre and is often referred to as the fabric of peace. The processing is done without killing the moth and the cocoons are processed into silk fibres.

Currently we are in the midst of ‘in-conversion’ certification as certified Organic farming and can provide silk fibre, yarn and fabric.