The Sericulture Information Linkages and Information System aptly called SILKS is an important component under Applications Remote Sensing and GIS in Sericulture Development – A national Project coordinated by North Eastern Space Applications Centre and funded by Central Silk Board, Bangalore. SILKS has been developed using Open source GIS as a single window decision support system to provide spatial and non-spatial information for selected districts (Phase I: 108, Phase II : 70) in the country and hosted in the public domain at http://www.silks.csb.gov.in. SILKS portal currently host data services for more than 1000 sets of spatial layers consisting of potential areas for expansion of sericulture development in a single window access system. Additionally, each SILKS is supported by 16 non-spatial modules on sericulture planning, farmers advisory and other services specific to the district. The information system is made in such a way that it is easily accessible by the users through a single window interactive web application. To make it wider accessibility among local farmers and planners, the site is made multi-lingual comprising 12 major local languages of India.