Khadi: the Indian fabric with character

Khadi - more than a fabric for Indians

Khadi: the word and its meaning
‘Khadi’ (pronounced Khādī) or Khaddar means ‘cotton’ in Sanskrit. It refers to any kind of cloth that is spun or woven by hand. This natural fibre is found abundantly in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

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