Do you know how a cotton flower bud turns into a cloth? This magical process involves many people and processes. Do you know that the making of cotton fabric process provides livelihood to almost 3 crore 50 lakh people in India. Let us now understand how 3 crore and 50 Lakh people work to make your favorite shirt or skirt. The cotton bud to your favourite shirt or skirt goes through six simple steps. The 6 simple steps are: Cotton picking: In this stage a farmer picks cotton flow buds from the fields. Separation: After collecting the cotton flower buds, farmer separates the seeds from the cotton. This stage is called Ginning. Compression and transfer: The cotton is compressed into bales and sent to spinning mills. Cleaning: Cotton bales are loosened and cleaned at the spinning mills. This process is known as Carding. Conversion: The cleaned cotton fibres are then converted into rope-like loose strands which are twisted to make yarn. This process is known as Spinning. Final fabric: The yarns is now weaved and knitted into your favourite shirt or skirt. You can now iron it and keep your favourite shirt in your closet.
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