Anmol Khadi Kurta

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Product Description

Special khadi fabric designer kurta in pure khadi fabric for smooth texture and feel. All kurta made in special khadi fabric without any machine touch or chemical dye by hand of our khadi weavers. Khadi is famous as Ghandhji favourite fabric.

Fabric- Khadi

Hand Woven Khadi Kurta

Machine Wash::Dry In Shade

Available Size -All Sizes- Please mention size during order.

Long Kurta- For Men

About Artisans-

Khadi is very well known for Ghandji fabric when he started “Swadeshi Movement” and started wore only khadi. In handscart we bring khadi kurta from Meerut and Dausa khadi gram udhyog which is known as khadi manufacturing unit by our artisans Ramvatar ji from meerut, he is ex military men who were participate in independence movement with ghandhji.
About Art- Khadi Wear

Khadi was not only a cloth to Gandhiji. He found it powerful enough which can bring freedom to nation perhaps that is why India’s national flag is made of Khadi. He found spinning-Khadi very helpful to development of economy. The message of the spinning wheel is much wider than its circumference. Its message is one of simplicity, service of mankind, living so as not to hurt others, creating an indissoluble bond between the rich and the poor, capital and labour, the prince and the peasant but now ghandhi is just limited to currency and ghandhi khadi is lost somewhere in shut down factories of gramudhyog in villages but we at Handscart.com trying to rebirth Khadi again in modern way by providing Ghandhi own “AHINSA” brand to world by giving youth a latest fashion brand with face of old pure khadi.

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Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is not only the Father of Nation, but also the father of modern ‘Khadi’. Formal use of word Khadi started after the advent of Mahatma Gandhi on the Indian scene. He discovered ‘Charka’ in London in 1908 during discussions with fellow Indians regarding the conditions in India.

Khadi, once the dowdy sartorial symbol of India’s independence movement, has now turned trendy and is making the cash registers ring. Now era of modern khadi is without the founder Mahatma ghandhi “ Bapu” we at Handscart.com are trying to save some proof of our history and traditional, Khadi is in trouble and dream of Bapu of swadeshi bharat is in trouble when khadi replaced by international brands. Few days ago when Prime minister Modi mentioned Khadi and Bapunism in his “Man Ki Baat” Program that time we realized that we got some artificial breathing with help of machines, he mentioned “”I was told that khadi sales increased by almost 125 percent. I urged people to purchase khadi last time. I never said become khadiwadi, but I said buy some khadi. There was an increase in khadi (sales),” he said on the “Mann Ki Baat” program on All India Radio. Handscart.com is an initiative of  save the culture of India but proving education and employment to artisans and weavers of India in making of indigenous local crafts of India with the help of technology and communication.

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We believe in making India an global hub for handmade products and herbal factory for world so people realize how beautiful and pure is our history. We are working on ghandhi dreams of making “swadeshi bharat” by give Khadi a modern plateform with help of designers and machines and make them in western wear. Team handscart.com is requesting youth of world to adopt khadi in their daily lifestyle and give a small contribution to Ghandhi” Bapu” who fought for “Ahinsa”.

“Khadi and Indian Tradition,” Indians have not only been weavers, but even exporters of cotton fabric since time immemorial. Historians have found clear evidence of Harappans supplying cotton textiles to Sumerians around four millennia back in the past. In the more recent history, British themselves imported huge quantities of clothes from India, before they introduced a colonial pattern of made. At the time of arrival of the British in India, next to cultivation weaving was the commonest economic exploitation by the British themselves imported huge quantities of clothes form India, before they introduced a colonial pattern of made.

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At the time of arrival of the British in India, next to cultivation weaving was the activity in the Indian country side. The saga of the economic exploitation British is replete with reference to the decline of cotton weavers. That the theme of hand –woven fabric, that is, Khadi was brought up and invested with new meaning by Gandhi was nothing but natural. In fact weaving has been a common metaphor, even in the spiritual discourse of many saints and philosophers, the most notable among than was Kabir, himself a weaver.