Haryana  is  surrounded  by  Uttar  Pradesh  in  the  east,  Punjab  in  the west, Himachal Pradesh in the north and Rajasthan in the south. The state surrounds the national capital city, New Delhi, from three sides.
The  most  commonly  spoken  languages  are  Hindi  and  Punjabi.English is the medium  of education in most schools.
Gurgaon,  Faridabad,  Karnal,  Ambala,  Panipat  &  Kurukshetra  are some of the key districts of the state.
The  state  has  three  major  seasons,  viz.  summer  (April-June),monsoon (July-September) and winter (October-March).

  • US$ 2.79 billion

    Investments in year 2017

The textile and apparel industry is pivotal for the Indian economy by way of its momentous contribution to the GDP, industrial output, export earnings and employment generation.

The government of India’s thrust on textiles through ‘Make in India’, coupled with its emphasis on reforms and ease of doing business, augur well for the industry which offers a resilient outlook going forward.

The textile sector in India is poised to grow at a CAGR of 8.7% (between 2009-23E) reaching USD 226 billion by 2023. Considering the immense potential for growth that exists in this sector, the State government recognizes that Haryana with its strong existing infrastructure for textiles, abundant supply of raw material, skilled labor and strategic location is ideally positioned to benefit from this opportunity. Through an innovative strategy and targeted interventions, the textile industry in the state can attain strong growth, buoyed by both increased domestic consumption and growth in exports. This policy aims to promote and develop a robust textile industry that generates employment and positions Haryana as a preferred destination for global textile majors. 

Haryana Textile Policy