" A child to her son and a mother to her mother, she lived life like she wanted to. When there are no rules then love takes over she believed. It sure did because her son said there was no mother so loving and her mother said there was no daughter as compassionate. This dreamy drape of grey with the subtle stripes of pink is as good as it gets! The enticing elegance of this saree goes up a notch with the Khadi cotton fabric that feels like a breeze of fresh air in summer."
Khadi is a fabric that symbolises simplicity, binds us together as a nation. In every part of India, there is a distinct market for Khadi that never seems to diminish. The versatile, eco-friendly fabric is a style statement by itself. Khadi is basically a hand-spun, hand-woven fabric made commonly from cotton. Pure cotton fibres are separated from the cotton plant and are hand-spun on the charkha into thin but resilient yarns. These yarns are sent to weavers who weave it into fabrics suited for the end purpose. Before Gandhiji reinvented and revived Khadi, hand-spun yarns were commonly of poor quality and machine-made yarns were preferred. Indian cotton was bought by Britain and machine manufactured clothes and textiles from Britain were sold in India. They monopolised the market and controlled the sale of textiles. Gandhiji changed the notion of hand-spun yarns being poor in quality by spinning the charkha himself. He encouraged Indian people to spin their own yarns and gave back power to the people to make their own textiles. A simple charkha made way for the people of India to take back control of their destiny and gave them the strength to fight back. Khadi has become synonymous to the feeling of freedom and Indian pride ever since!
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Washcare:- Dry Wash
- Iron on reverse side
Size : 47 inches in width