After independence (1947) of Pakistan, first cotton textile mill named Valika Cotton Textile Mill was established at Karachi in 1948. After establishment of first mill, it emerged as the largest cotton textile center of Pakistan this was, because all economic, social, infrastructural, export, and import factors, except raw material were localized in Karachi. Although, to take advantage of the nearness of raw cotton and market and in pursuance of government policy, new textile centers have been developed in Pakistan. However, Karachi continues to be the largest center. After Karachi, there was shift to up country centers within the cotton belt. Faisalabad is now second largest cotton textile manufacturing center in Pakistan. It has advantage of raw cotton availability labor force and local market facilities and in course of time and excellent infrastructure facilities has been built up. Hyderabad is third largest cotton textile manufacturing center in Pakistan. It is within the cotton belt and enjoys easily accessible local market and it is not very for from the port and economic capital (Karachi) of Pakistan. Apart from these big cotton textile manufacturing cities, cotton mills have been established in almost all cities of Pakistan, especially cotton growing areas to tape the raw material and to serve the local market and to develop infrastructure in backward areas to attract investment for other industries. Besides, textile mills, power looms (non-mill weaving) have made remarkable progress and our more than 80% cloth production conies from power looms. Power looms are thus playing a vital role in the cotton textile industry of Pakistan. They deserve full encouragement and are located almost in every city of Pakistan. Towels, Hosiery and Canvas are important products of power looms. The power looms are manufacturing a large variety of these products. This industry is also located at Karachi, Multan, Hyderabad, Faisalabad, Lahore, Jhang, and many other cities.