• Sonbhadra
  • Carpet


    The elegantly designed carpets of Sonbhadra are immensely popular. The art of making carpets was probably developed on the plains of Central Asia several thousand years ago. The purpose of its invention is to have some protection from the cold winters, something more easily handled than the sheepskin coverings. These handmade products are known for their artistry, creative designs and patterns. Artisans use traditional methods for making this unique product. This type of intricate designing can only be found on handmade carpets. At the same time they were also making decorations for the houses and banquets.


    Sonbhadra is located in the south-eastern ranges of the Vindhyachal Mountain. It was carved out from the district Mirzapur on 4th march 1989. It is the 2nd largest district of Uttar Pradesh. Sonbhadra district is rich in mineral and forest resources, though the main occupation of people is agriculture. There is good potential of agro-based as well as mineral and forest based units like lime, stone, grits, bricks, mosaic tiles, stone crushing, marble based units etc. The district has historic, cultural, and ecological affinities with the Bundelkhand region.

    The Government is giving recognition to Sonbhadra as a tourist attraction in Purvanchal region. The southern region of Sonebhadra is referred to as the "Energy Capital of India ". This region has many power stations and has three coal-based thermal power plants. This region became an industrial hub from an area of forest and hills. Some of the hills have limestone and many of them also have coal deposits.

    Sonbhadra is also known for its hand knitted and hand tufted carpets. The looms, in their simplest form, were made of two wooden ribs which were secured to the ground and between them the warp was fastened.

    • Tehsils


    • Blocks


    • Village


    • Registered
      Industrial Units


    • Small Industries


    • Thermal Power Plant
    • Sugar Mill
    • Agro based
    • Woolen, silk & artificial Thread based clothes.
    • Ready-made garments & embroidery
    • Wood/wooden based furniture
    • Paper & Paper products
    • Chemical/Chemical based
    • Rubber, Plastic & petro based
    • Mineral based
    • Metal based (Steel Fab.)
    • Engineering units
    • Electrical machinery and transport equipment
    • Repairing & servicing
    • Others


    Relevant Schemes & Policies

    S.No Department Scheme
    1 Ministry of Textiles Insitu Upgradation Scheme for Plain Powerlooms
    2 Ministry of Textiles Group Workshed Scheme
    3 Ministry of Textiles Yarn Bank Scheme
    4 Ministry of Textiles CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
    5 Ministry of Textiles Pradhan Mantri Credit Scheme for Powerloom Weavers
    6 Ministry of Textiles Solar Energy Scheme for Powerlooms
    7 Ministry of Textiles Facilitation, IT, Awareness, Market Development, and Publicity
    8 Ministry of Textiles Tex-Venture Capital Fund
    9 Ministry of Textiles Grant-in-Aid and Modernization & Upgradation of Powerloom Centres
    10 Ministry of Textiles Amended Technology Upgradation Fund Scheme (ATUFS)
    11 Ministry of Textiles Modified Comprehensive Powerloom Cluster Development Scheme (MCPCDS)
    12 Ministry of Textiles Universal Insurance Coverage Scheme for Powerloom Workers
    13 Ministry of Textiles Integrated Skill Development Scheme (ISDS)
    14 Department of MSME & Export  Promotion MSME Schemes
    15 Export Promotion Bureau, GoUP Export Promotional Schemes
    16 MSME Policy - 2017 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUPM
    17 Infrastructure and Industrial Investment Policy - 2012 Department of MSME & Export Promotion, GoUP
    18 ODOP CFC (Common Facility Centre) Scheme
    19 ODOP Market Development Assistance Scheme
    20 ODOP Finance Assistance Scheme
    21 ODOP Skill Development & Toolkit Distribution Scheme
    22 Ministry of Skill Development & Entrepreneurship Pradhan Mantri Kaushal VikasYojana (PMKVY)
    23 Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce How to Export (Step by Sstep Approach)
    24 Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Department of Commerce Foreign Trade Policy