We can find sheep of various breeds in various parts of India.
However, sheep's fleece is not the only source of wool, though wool commonly available in the market is sheep wool. Yak wool is ordinary in Tibet and Ladakh. Mohair is received from angora goats discovered in hilly areas like Jammu and Kashmir.
Goat hair is also used to make wool. The Kashmiri goat's fur is soft. Pashmina shawls are perfect shawls made from them. Camels' body fur (hair) is also used to make wool. Wool is also produced by llamas and alpacas located in South America.
Some Indian sheep breeds:
Name of breed
Quality of wool
State where found
Good quality wool
Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh
Rajasthan, Haryana, Punjab
For woollen shawls
Jammu and Kashmir
Collect photos of animals whose hair is used in the production of wool. Create a scrapbook with them. Try drawing them from this book's examples if you can't think of any. In your native language and other languages that are spoken in our country. Learn the phrases for sheep, goat, camel, and yak.
Various animal fibre
Obtain outline maps of India and the rest of the world. Discover and mark the locations on the map where you can find wool-producing animals. You can use different colours to indicate the location of different wool-producing animals.