In 1855, George Auckland, set up the first jute spinning mill on the bank of the river Hooghly, in the state of West Bengal in India. This initiated the growth of a giant Indian industry. Since then, Indian jute has come a long way. Jute is a long, soft and shiny vegetable fibre that can be spun into coarse and strong threads. It is one of the most affordable natural fibres and is second to cotton in the amount produced in India. This strong, durable and light-weight fibre is traditionally used for textile. Its increasing popularity as a wood fibre has enabled the introduction of a wide range of innovative and eco-friendly jute products which are in huge demand both in India and abroad.Its biodegradable and environment-friendly nature has a distinct advantage and over a period of time our artisans have transformed this eco-friendly natural fiber from its traditional uses to more innovative and modernized usages. Jute products include beautiful intricately designed jewellery, key chains, bags, microwavable bowls, boxes, planters and other houseold items.