The largest home for bed linen and laundry in India is located in a residential complex in the city of Jogeshwri in the western state of Madhya Pradesh, which has an unemployment rate of 11 percent.
According to a 2013 study by the National Institute of Home and Life Sciences, India has a vacancy rate of 12.7 percent.
The number of vacancies in the country is up sharply from the national average of 8.2 percent in 2016, but the state of Karnataka reported a decline in the number of vacant properties in 2015, according to the latest census data from the state government.
With its unique mix of traditional Indian architecture and contemporary modernity, the Jogashri home is home to one of the largest textile mills in India.
With nearly 2,000 workers, Jogashi, a small village of just over 1,000 people, is home the Jigashri mill.
The mill produces approximately 40,000 to 50,000 shirts a day and sells it for $1 to $3, depending on the style.
The facility, which is owned by a consortium of private-sector firms, is a one-stop shop for anyone wanting to buy a particular type of textile.
It’s an ideal location for anyone who wants to buy traditional textile products.
The Jogishri mill is the biggest textile mill in India, producing roughly 40,00 to 50 (of which around 20,000 are made in India) shirts a days.
It is located at Jogshri in Karnataka, India’s largest textile region, with around 1,700 workers.
The location is ideal for people who want to buy cloths made by the Joga-Saravanagar textile mill, which produces clothing and apparel for the Indian market.
This year, the mill saw an increase in turnover of nearly $100 million, the state statistics agency said.
The factory is currently run by a company called Saravanagar Industries Limited, which makes clothes for a wide range of clients.
This is not the first time that Jogushri has seen a major influx of demand for home-made clothing.
In 2015, the local textile industry saw an influx of $10 million, and in 2016 the Jugashri textile mill also saw a large influx of money.
The industry has grown by a factor of two over the last five years and is expected to grow another 10 percent this year, said Srinivas Chawla, president of Saravanags Industries Limited.
“It is a very large industry.
We have a large team.
We can handle anything from making a bed linen or a rug to a bed sheet.
We are very well-prepared,” Chawala told Bloomberg News.
Saravanag Industries Ltd.
is the largest domestic textile and apparel mill in the world, and its production is responsible for nearly half of the global textile industry.
Its largest factory is in the village of Gurgaon, India.
It produces approximately 400 shirts a week and sells them for $4 to $5, depending the style and material.
The Saravanagi mill has seen an increase of nearly 10 percent in turnover over the past five years.
Sarvanag Industries Limited is the third largest textile and textile apparel manufacturer in the state.
Its production capacity is roughly 30,000 tons, and it has an annual turnover of around $6 billion, according a company spokesperson.
The company also operates an assembly plant in GurgaON, in the town of Gurguit, and is building a new mill to produce more clothes.
This mill has an assembly capacity of 1,300 to 1,400 workers, Chawlas said.
“We are seeing a surge in demand for our products in the last few years.
We also have a lot of projects in the works,” he added.
The demand for clothes is growing rapidly, as the country has seen the rise of a new generation of consumers.
India’s textile industry is the fourth largest in the World after China, Brazil, and the United States.
Its employment has grown at a rate of more than 2.5 percent annually, according the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
More than half of Indian workers earn less than $3 a day, while nearly one third earn more than $4 a day.
According the BLS, India currently employs almost 40 million workers in the textile industry, which employs nearly half the world’s workforce.
The country’s garment sector accounts for $22 billion in annual exports and employs more than a million workers.