Coir Industry of Thrissur


Important among the leading cottage industries of the region, the Coir Industry of Thrissur is famous for its yarn called Parur Vannan.
The Thrissur City is the largest producer of this fine kind of yarn.

The finer quality of yarn is called the Parur special, which is also produced in the district and has high demands. Some other types of yarns are also produced in Thrissur.

Tourists and visitors in Thrissur make it a point to buy the wonderful coir made products.

The products include mattresses, brushes, door mats and some other things of daily use and decorations.



Last Updated on 01/06/2013

     


     

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