India has a rich and diverse weaving tradition. One can find different types of handlooms across the country, which produces a variety of fabric. Most of the traditional textile societies use handspun yarn. India is known for fabrics made out of silk, cotton and wool. Silk and cotton weaving predominates the Indian weaving practices, though wool is also used for weaving in many parts of the country especially northern India. The textile-based product range includes Stoles, Dupattas, Saris, Kurtas, bed/bath/table/kitchen linen, floor coverings, upholstery fabric and curtains.