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    Major Industries in India and its Centres

    Cotton Textiles
    Mumbai, Sholapur, Nagpur, Pune, Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Indore; Chennai, Madurai and Coimbatore, Kanpur and Kolkata.

    Jute Textiles
    West Bengal, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, U.P. and M.P.

    Silk Textiles
    Asom, Jammu & Kashmir, Karnataka, Jharkhand, Orissa, U.P., M.P., W. Bengal, Bihar, Maharashtra and Punjab.

    Woollen Textile
    The chief centres of woollen textiles are Punjab, U.P., Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh, Karnataka, West Bengal.

    Sugar Industry
    U.P., Bihar and some centres are there in Maharashtra, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal and Punjab.

    Cement Industry
    Jharkhand, M.P., Chattisgarh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Gujarat, Haryana, U.P. and Orissa have some factories also.

    Paper Industry
    West Bengal, Maharashtra, U.P., Bihar, Orissa, Punjab, Karnataka, Kerala, Andhra Pradesh and Gujarat.

    Iron and Steel Industry
    Jamshedpur, Bokaro (Jharkhand), Bhilai (Chattisgarh), Durgapur, Hirapur, Kulti, Burnpur (West Bengal), Rourkela (Orissa), Bhadrawati (Karnataka), Rourkela (Orissa) and Neyveli (Tamil Nadu).

    Leather Industry
    Chennai, Agra, Kolkata, Delhi, Kanpur, Mumbai, Deonaar, Deevaghat.

    Aluminium
    Alwaye (Kerala), Muri (Jharkhand), Hirakud (Orissa), Renukoot (U.P.), Bailur (W. Bengal), Koyna Mettur (Tamilnadu) and Hirakud (Orissa).

    Matches
    Bareilly, Kolkata, Chennai, Gwalior and Hyderabad.

    Photo Film Industry
    Ootacamund (Tamil Nadu).

    Glass
    Ferozabad, Shikohabad, Bahjoi, Naini, Haorah, Bangalore and Belgaon.

    Chemical Industry
    Delhi, Pimpri, Pune, Kolkata, Mumbai, Chennai, Rishikesh, Bangalore and Amritsar.

    Rubber-Goods Industry
    Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi, Bangalore, Mumbai, Hyderabad, Ballabhgarh, Shahaganj, Chamanacheri and Ambatoor.

    Locomotive Industry
    Chittaranjan (West Bengal), Varanasi in U.P., Perambur (Tamil Nadu).

    Automobile Industry
    Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Jamshed<%0>pur, Pune and Gurgaon.

    Antibiotic Industry
    Rishikesh, Pimpri and Delhi.



    Aircraft Manufacturing Industry
    Bangalore, Kanpur, Nasik, Koraput and Hyderabad.

    Fertilizers Industry
    Durgapur, Kanpur, Foolpur (Uttar Pradesh), Haldia, Namrup, Rourkela, Vadodara, Barauni, Vishakhapatnam, Gorakhpur, etc.

    Plastic Industry
    Mumbai, Kolkata, Amritsar, Kanpur, Hyderabad and Coimbatore.

    Petro-Chemical Industry
    Vadodara and Mumbai, Bongaigoan, Asom
    Towns Associated with Industries
    • Agra : Stoneware, leather, carpets and marbles.
    • Ahmedabad : Cotton-textiles.
    • Aligarh : Cutlery, locks and dairy-industries.
    • Ambala : Scientific goods.
    • Amritsar : Cloth-printing, carpets, woollen goods, shawls.
    • Bangalore : Watches, telephone, aircraft industry.
    • Bareilly : Rubber factory, match factory, wood work.
    • Bhagalpur : Silk.
    • Chennai : Integral coach factory, leather, cigarette, cotton.
    • Mumbai : Chemicals, oil refineries, fertilizers, film, industry, woollen goods, cotton manufacturing.
    • Chittaranjan : Electrical locomotives.
    • Churk : Cement.
    • Cochin : Coffee, coconut oil, ship-building.
    • Dalmianagar : Cement.
    • Darjeeling : Tea, orange.
    • Delhi : Textiles, chemicals, electronics, sewing machines.
    • Dhariwal : Woollen goods.
    • Ferozabad : Glass-bangles.
    • Hardwar : Heavy electricals.
    • Jamshedpur : Iron and steel works, train coaches locomotives.
    • Jallandhur : Sports articles and surgical goods.
    • Jaipur : Ivory work, brass work, jewellery, pottery, cloth painting.
    • Kolkata : Iron and steel, jute, paper, pottery.
    • Kanpur : Leather, cotton, aircraft factories, woollen mills, soap, iron, flour mills.
    • Kolar : Gold-fields.
    • Lucknow : Embroidery, gold, silver, lac work.
    • Ludhiana : Hosiery, cycle.
    • Mirzapur : Carpet, pottery, stoneware and brass.
    • Moradabad : Brassware, cutlery, enamel industry.
    • Karnataka : Sandalwood oil, ivory work, silk goods.
    • Renukoot : Hindustan Aluminium Works.
    • Saharanpur : Paper mill.
    • Srinagar : H.M.T. factory, woodwork, embroidery, paper machine, woollen shawls.
    • Surat : Cotton textiles.
    • Tarapur : Atomic power plant.
    • Titagarh : Paper and jute.
    • Trombay : Oil refineries, atomic-reactors.
    • Varanasi : Diesel-locomotives, brass-wares, lac bangles.
    • Vishakhapatnam : Ship-building.



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    Re: Major Industries in India and its Centres

    Haryana came only one time.... is milk industry is not that big enough????

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    Re: Major Industries in India and its Centres

    Very nice information shared here. I would like to add that Sugar Industry is situated in Una and Ponta Sahib in Himachal Pradesh. Besides this, the state is also famous for handlooms and textiles. Baddi in Himachal Pradesh is a major industrial hub, where most of the products are manufactured.

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    amydecia
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    Re: Major Industries in India and its Centres

    Nice Information..
    Thanks for Sharing this information........
    Good Post.........

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    Re: Major Industries in India and its Centres

    Tourism

    Power Generation

    Hospitality industry

    Animation industry

    Food processing industries


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