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Kachchh shawls – a timeless beauty – depicts effort, art, and culture of artisan communities in Bhujodi village that has...
29/12/2021

Kachchh shawls – a timeless beauty – depicts effort, art, and culture of artisan communities in Bhujodi village that has been well preserved and carry forward from generations. This exquisite hand-woven shawl with intricate patterns is created by lifting the warp with fingers without dobby or jacquard.

Kachchh shawls - an elegant hand-woven shawl from Kutch and their history goes back to more than five hundred years. Its uniqueness comes from its geographical origin - the region of Kachchh, Gujarat, India. The motifs woven into the fabric, the pattern, fiber (organic black cotton and sheep wool) and above all, the skill set of weaving such fine fabric, are all uniquely found only in this region.

#india #culture #art #GIsofIndia #winterfashion #brightcolours

Kachchh shawls – a timeless beauty – depicts effort, art, and culture of artisan communities in Bhujodi village that has been well preserved and carry forward from generations. This exquisite hand-woven shawl with intricate patterns is created by lifting the warp with fingers without dobby or jacquard.

Kachchh shawls - an elegant hand-woven shawl from Kutch and their history goes back to more than five hundred years. Its uniqueness comes from its geographical origin - the region of Kachchh, Gujarat, India. The motifs woven into the fabric, the pattern, fiber (organic black cotton and sheep wool) and above all, the skill set of weaving such fine fabric, are all uniquely found only in this region.

#india #culture #art #GIsofIndia #winterfashion #brightcolours

Kullu Shawl from the Heart of Himachal Pradesh is a magnificent embroidery craft that has been preserved over centuries....
28/12/2021

Kullu Shawl from the Heart of Himachal Pradesh is a magnificent embroidery craft that has been preserved over centuries. The Warmest Handloom from Kullu Valley!

Kullu Shawls, known for its elegant designs, are woven by tapestry technique of weaving, in which design is created by using different coloured weft yarn of short lengths as per contour of the design.
#GIsofIndia #cozyfabrics #handwoven #handloom

Kullu Shawl from the Heart of Himachal Pradesh is a magnificent embroidery craft that has been preserved over centuries. The Warmest Handloom from Kullu Valley!

Kullu Shawls, known for its elegant designs, are woven by tapestry technique of weaving, in which design is created by using different coloured weft yarn of short lengths as per contour of the design.
#GIsofIndia #cozyfabrics #handwoven #handloom

A 700-year-old deep-rooted tradition, preserved the weavers of the Dangasiya community, Tangaliya weaving is carried out...
27/12/2021

A 700-year-old deep-rooted tradition, preserved the weavers of the Dangasiya community, Tangaliya weaving is carried out on the traditional loom, the warp and weft are the two major components required to weave Tangaliya shawl.

Tangaliya Shawl, is made up of using raw materials like wool, cotton, acrylic, and silk yarn, the extra weft is twisted over the woven fabric on the loom by forming small dots or “daana” into different geometrical shapes and patterns giving a new texture to the fabric ‘beads embroidery’.

#community #GIsofIndia #winterfashion #weaversofIndia #handwoven #cozyfabrics

A 700-year-old deep-rooted tradition, preserved the weavers of the Dangasiya community, Tangaliya weaving is carried out on the traditional loom, the warp and weft are the two major components required to weave Tangaliya shawl.

Tangaliya Shawl, is made up of using raw materials like wool, cotton, acrylic, and silk yarn, the extra weft is twisted over the woven fabric on the loom by forming small dots or “daana” into different geometrical shapes and patterns giving a new texture to the fabric ‘beads embroidery’.

#community #GIsofIndia #winterfashion #weaversofIndia #handwoven #cozyfabrics

Named after a tribe of Nagaland, Chakhesang shawl is made from cotton and unconventional natural fibres like Nettle, dec...
23/12/2021

Named after a tribe of Nagaland, Chakhesang shawl is made from cotton and unconventional natural fibres like Nettle, deccan jute, bark of debarge tree. The colourful combination of design and patterns and traditional motifs used in the shawl are unique and not found in any tribal shawls

Chakhesang shawl from Nagaland, is a traditionally woven shawl bearing distinctive patterns, primarily in red and black wool made by tribal artisans of a north-eastern state in India.

#winterfashion #NagaDress #woven #weaver #tribalart #GIsofIndia

Named after a tribe of Nagaland, Chakhesang shawl is made from cotton and unconventional natural fibres like Nettle, deccan jute, bark of debarge tree. The colourful combination of design and patterns and traditional motifs used in the shawl are unique and not found in any tribal shawls

Chakhesang shawl from Nagaland, is a traditionally woven shawl bearing distinctive patterns, primarily in red and black wool made by tribal artisans of a north-eastern state in India.

#winterfashion #NagaDress #woven #weaver #tribalart #GIsofIndia

Shaphee Lanphee originates from Manipur, refers to the traditional cloth embroidered on handloom cloth with different mo...
22/12/2021

Shaphee Lanphee originates from Manipur, refers to the traditional cloth embroidered on handloom cloth with different motifs. Shaphee Lanphee is a type of shawl which is specially made by needle work on Loin/Frame Loom Cloth presented as awards by the Meitei Kings to the worthy tribes of Manipur as a special recognition of honour.
Shaphee Lanphee is worn by the Nagas of Manipur, a traditional textile fabric woven and embroidered, with motifs weaved cotton threads. The significances of this cloth of attractive motifs are the representation of the relationship between the celestial bodies and the Meitei King.
#traditionalfashion #winterwear #weaver #textile #GIsofIndia

Shaphee Lanphee originates from Manipur, refers to the traditional cloth embroidered on handloom cloth with different motifs. Shaphee Lanphee is a type of shawl which is specially made by needle work on Loin/Frame Loom Cloth presented as awards by the Meitei Kings to the worthy tribes of Manipur as a special recognition of honour.
Shaphee Lanphee is worn by the Nagas of Manipur, a traditional textile fabric woven and embroidered, with motifs weaved cotton threads. The significances of this cloth of attractive motifs are the representation of the relationship between the celestial bodies and the Meitei King.
#traditionalfashion #winterwear #weaver #textile #GIsofIndia

Exquisite, hand-woven Kinnauri shawl from Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh, widely renowned for its intricacy and fineness in...
21/12/2021

Exquisite, hand-woven Kinnauri shawl from Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh, widely renowned for its intricacy and fineness in weaving. These elaborate geometric designs bear a strong central Asian influence. Many of the motifs woven have a very special symbolic and religious significance.
The uniqueness of Kinnauri Shawls lies in elaborate geometrical designs and motifs having a special symbolic and religious significance. The designs are plotted on an ordinary graph paper and woven by interlocking by using weft threads of various colours.
#GIsofIndia #incredibleindia #cozyfabrics #winterfashion

Exquisite, hand-woven Kinnauri shawl from Kinnaur in Himachal Pradesh, widely renowned for its intricacy and fineness in weaving. These elaborate geometric designs bear a strong central Asian influence. Many of the motifs woven have a very special symbolic and religious significance.
The uniqueness of Kinnauri Shawls lies in elaborate geometrical designs and motifs having a special symbolic and religious significance. The designs are plotted on an ordinary graph paper and woven by interlocking by using weft threads of various colours.
#GIsofIndia #incredibleindia #cozyfabrics #winterfashion

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Judicial Academy conducted a refresher program for District Judges (Commercial Courts)...
21/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Judicial Academy conducted a refresher program for District Judges (Commercial Courts) on 18th December 2021.
Prof (Dr) V K Ahuja, Vice Chancellor, NLUJA, Assam speaking on Evolving jurisprudence of IPRs.
Mr Ravinder Dudeja, Chairperson (Officiating) and Director (Academics), Delhi Judicial Academy, New Delhi addressing the gathering and delivering the welcome speech.
Mr Neel Mason, Managing Partner, Mason & Associates, and Mr Sanjeev Tiwari, Chair - Litigation and Partner, K&S Partners IP Attorneys and Mr Prashant Gupta, Partner, K&S Partners IP Attorneys delivered sessions on the Copyright Act, the Patents Act, the Trade Marks Act, respectively. CIPAM thanks all the esteemed speakers and all the District Judges (Commercial Court) and Delhi Judicial Academy for their cooperation.

#delhi #collaboration #litigation #litigation

Kani shawl, made by the craftsmen of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, is a quintessential ethnic delight to welcome the w...
20/12/2021

Kani shawl, made by the craftsmen of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, is a quintessential ethnic delight to welcome the winters. Light in weight, warm and comfortable with its Merino Wool. This shawl can be wrapped in multiple ways to compliment your stylish attire.
One of the finest and rarest shawls, Kani Shawls are one of the oldest handicraft products of Kashmiri valley since the times of the Mughals. The intricate thread work is hand woven using numerous eyeless wooden spokes called ‘Kanis’ or ‘Tujlis’.
#GIsofIndia #Kanishawl #cozyfabrics #winterfashion

Kani shawl, made by the craftsmen of the State of Jammu and Kashmir, is a quintessential ethnic delight to welcome the winters. Light in weight, warm and comfortable with its Merino Wool. This shawl can be wrapped in multiple ways to compliment your stylish attire.
One of the finest and rarest shawls, Kani Shawls are one of the oldest handicraft products of Kashmiri valley since the times of the Mughals. The intricate thread work is hand woven using numerous eyeless wooden spokes called ‘Kanis’ or ‘Tujlis’.
#GIsofIndia #Kanishawl #cozyfabrics #winterfashion

CIPAM in collaboration with KESSC Shroff college conducted a 3-day workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights and IP mana...
20/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with KESSC Shroff college conducted a 3-day workshop on “Intellectual Property Rights and IP management for Startup”. The workshop touched upon various aspects of IP with a focus on Copyright and Trademarks.
#awareness #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav #collaboration #shroffcollege

KRISHIK, Agri-Business Incubation Center under ICAR in Collaboration with CIPAM organized two days IPR workshop on 16th ...
20/12/2021

KRISHIK, Agri-Business Incubation Center under ICAR in Collaboration with CIPAM organized two days IPR workshop on 16th and 17th December 2021.
#awareness #collaboration #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted and IP Awareness campaign for 10th std students ...
20/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted and IP Awareness campaign for 10th std students on IP awareness on 16th December, 2021.
@dps_mathura

#awareness #Collaboration #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

CIPAM in collaboration with CUSAT DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted one day webinar on Intellectual Property Rights and Plagiari...
17/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with CUSAT DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted one day webinar on Intellectual Property Rights and Plagiarism. The speakers deliberated the types of IPR, importance of IPR, plagiarism issues in academics and respect IP rights of authors for the students of NIELIT.
#CUSAT #awareness #LetsTalkIP

The Lahauli socks and gloves are made from indigenous wool sheared from local sheep. A Lahauli pair of socks is knit in ...
17/12/2021

The Lahauli socks and gloves are made from indigenous wool sheared from local sheep. A Lahauli pair of socks is knit in parts. A traditional eye-catching pattern, locally called ‘dashi’, which comprises patterns composed by seven or eight types of motifs are designed in upper and front portion.
The socks and gloves knit in Lahaul and Spiti is made of indigenous wool sheared from local sheep. The Lahauli socks and gloves are unique craft, only found in tribal district Lahaul & Spiti of Himachal Pradesh, is developed traditionally by the skilled artisans of the Lahaul & Spiti valley and has been passed over to next generations. #CozyGIfabrics #GIsofIndia

The Lahauli socks and gloves are made from indigenous wool sheared from local sheep. A Lahauli pair of socks is knit in parts. A traditional eye-catching pattern, locally called ‘dashi’, which comprises patterns composed by seven or eight types of motifs are designed in upper and front portion.
The socks and gloves knit in Lahaul and Spiti is made of indigenous wool sheared from local sheep. The Lahauli socks and gloves are unique craft, only found in tribal district Lahaul & Spiti of Himachal Pradesh, is developed traditionally by the skilled artisans of the Lahaul & Spiti valley and has been passed over to next generations. #CozyGIfabrics #GIsofIndia

Thulma blanket is known for its high-quality fur and captivating motif, is woven on a pit loom or in frame loom. This tr...
16/12/2021

Thulma blanket is known for its high-quality fur and captivating motif, is woven on a pit loom or in frame loom. This traditional and warm blanket has rubbed wool on the backside and is 'hairy' on the front side.
Thulma is a woolen blanket, which is hand spun, woven, felted and raised. Usually, it is made of two or more panels stitched together. Thulma is weaved at high and mid hill region since generations, without any technical training from outside people and the tradition of weaving has passed on from generations. #CozyGIfabrics, #EmbracingwintersGI. #GIsofIndia

Thulma blanket is known for its high-quality fur and captivating motif, is woven on a pit loom or in frame loom. This traditional and warm blanket has rubbed wool on the backside and is 'hairy' on the front side.
Thulma is a woolen blanket, which is hand spun, woven, felted and raised. Usually, it is made of two or more panels stitched together. Thulma is weaved at high and mid hill region since generations, without any technical training from outside people and the tradition of weaving has passed on from generations. #CozyGIfabrics, #EmbracingwintersGI. #GIsofIndia

CIPAM in association with @agnii_goi conducted the 6th session of the IPR series of webinar on "IPR Protection in Outer ...
15/12/2021

CIPAM in association with @agnii_goi conducted the 6th session of the IPR series of webinar on "IPR Protection in Outer space", for the technology innovation start-ups.
The session was attended by more than 89 start-ups, who gained knowledge on IPR laws governing space technology and the need for their protection.
AGNIi Startup India Invest India
#innovation #letstalkIP

CIPAM in collaboration with Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (#MNLU) DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted  workshop on I...
15/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (#MNLU) DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted workshop on IPR Awareness on 8th December, 2021
#awareness #Collaboration #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted an IP Awareness campaign for 11th std students o...
15/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted an IP Awareness campaign for 11th std students on IP Awareness on 15th December, 2021.
Delhi Public School (DPS) - Mathura Road
#awareness #Collaboration #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

04/12/2021
Kadaknath Chicken | Glorious India

Joint collaborative effort of CIPAM and
@HISTORYTV18
to promote the rich cultural heritage of India. #Kadaknathchicken #GloriousIndia #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

02/12/2021

Big jump in Exports! 🇮🇳🚢

India’s merchandise exports in Apr-Nov 2021 witnesses an impressive rise of 5️⃣1️⃣% as compared to Apr-Nov 2020.

Showcases:

💸 Export Expansion

🌍 Tapping Global Market

💼 Job Creation

🇮🇳 Aatmanirbhar Bharat

📖 https://pib.gov.in/PressReleasePage.aspx?PRID=1776966

CIPAM in collaboration with Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (MNLU) DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted a workshop on I...
01/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Maharashtra National Law University, Mumbai (MNLU) DPIIT-IPR Chair conducted a workshop on IPR Awareness on 30th November, 2021.
#NationalLawUniversity #awareness #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

CIPAM in collaboration with MSME-DI Cuttack, conducted an IPR Awareness event for the start-ups on the Benefits of Trade...
01/12/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with MSME-DI Cuttack, conducted an IPR Awareness event for the start-ups on the Benefits of Trademark and Patent. The speakers for the session discussed in detail about the filing procedure of both the IPs and the benefits of its registration, for the Start-ups.
Msmedi Cuttack
#awareness #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav #LetsTalkIP

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted an IP Awareness campaign for 8th std students on...
29/11/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Delhi Public School, Mathura Road conducted an IP Awareness campaign for 8th std students on "Introduction to Intellectual Property" on 29th November, 2021.
#collaboration #LetstalkIP #awareness #intellectualproperty
Delhi Public School, Mathura Road

#AzadiKaAmritMahotsav

CIPAM in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law conducted a five day online workshop on "Intellectua...
27/11/2021

CIPAM in collaboration with Rajiv Gandhi National University of Law conducted a five day online workshop on "Intellectual Property Rights: Relevance and Importance in the Global Era". The workshop covered various IP topics by the expert speakers Mr N. Subramanian, Ms Lohita Sujith, Mr Shivakumar R, Mr Gaurav Gogia and Mr Saurabh Vashisth.
#AwarenessMatters #AzadiKaAmritMahotsav #collaboration

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Udyog Bhawan
Delhi

General information

The National Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) Policy of India was set in place on May 12, 2016, by the Government of India to establish an ecosystem in the country conducive to innovation and creativity. The Policy seeks to reinforce the IPR framework in the country that will create public awareness about economic, social and cultural benefits of IPRs among all sections of the society, stimulate IPR generation and commercialization, modernize and strengthen service-oriented IPR administration as also the enforcement and adjudicatory mechanisms for combating IPR infringements. The Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion (DIPP) has been nominated as the nodal department for nurturing IPRs in the country. To this end, the Cell for IPR Promotion and Management (CIPAM) - a professional body was set up under the aegis of the DIPP to facilitate promotion, creation, and commercialization of IPRs.

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Dear Friends, Please help this person. Account-Name- Abhishek Pandey. Union Bank of India- 433802010818878. IFSC,CODE-UBIN0543381 Brance Name(UBI)-Naraibadh Paytm, GooglePay, PhonePay No- 8005041903....and whatapp
I keep viewing your joint campaign to combat the evil of piracy. While it is a call in the right direction, the movie and exhibitor industries should urgently do something to curb the menace of draconian charges in modern theatres in cineplexes. If a ticket costs between Rs 400 to Rs 750 per person, many in the middle class cannot afford it and will be an easy prey to the lures of piracy.
Hello! It's a commendable drive that you have embarked on. I thank the whole team of CIPAM for this innovative campaign to make people aware about the importance of "Intellectual Property Rights". However, I request you to kindly share "Sambalpuri Saree" which has already been on your list of GI Products, so that people can know more about it. Sambalpuri Sarees are known for their extraordinary woven pallus and borders in contrasting colours and meaningful designs inspired from the temples of Odisha. The production method involves creating the design on paper and then carefully tying the warp(the longer horizontal thread of the cloth) and weft(the shorter vertical thread) at various places and then dying it so that during the weaving process the portions of the thread gets attached to each other to produce the intended design. The uniqueness is that the design is reflected identically on both side of the fabric. The whole process is very time consuming and involves lot of manual work. And this kid of fine work is not possible through a machine loom. The Sambalpuri Sarees are of various varieties based on their origin and design pattern like Sonepuri, Pasapali, Bomkai, Bapta. It is said that the art of sambalpuri ikat migrated to Western Odisha with the Bhulia community who are believed to have fled Northern India after the fall of the ChouhanEmpire at the hands of the Mughals in the year 1192 AD. Since then and up to the year 1925, this art flourished in Western Odisha with just limited number of designs and consisted mostly of saris used by the womenfolk of Odisha that came in few standard vegetable colours. These saris were known as ‘Bhulia-Kapta’. The demand was restricted only to Odisha and the craftsmen lived in penury until in 1980’s, the then prime minister Mrs. Indira Gandhi popularised the weave throughout the country by wearing them. Thank you. #LetsTalkIP #SambalpuriSarees #Kosal Ministry of Textiles, Government of India Smriti Zubin Irani Make In India Source: http://www.ekoshal.com/sambalpuri-saree-the-pride-of-koshal/ https://www.shatika.co.in/shatipedia/2017/08/12/sambalpuri-sarees-and-their-origin/
Its a good initiative of govt,One should respect the diligence and perseverance of people who gives the society something new.A number of things we have in india which is unidentified and unrecognised and are on verge succumb,it must be given proper direction nationally and internationally
Thanks CIPAM india team for such a interactive and knowledge training program.
My self Advocate Ashok Kumar Jha appreciate this valuable and fruitfull initiative from our Indian Govt.