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Categories: Woven fabrics, Cotton industry in India, Textile arts of India, Elephant festivals in Kerala, Textile arts of Bangladesh
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khadi  khaddar  khādī  khada  Khadi Cotton
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Khadi, derived from khaddar, is a hand-spun and woven natural fibre cloth promoted by Mahatma Gandhi as swadeshi for the freedom struggle of the Indian subcontinent, and the term is used throughout India, Pakistan and Bangladesh. Wikipedia
Handspun and hand-woven cloth from the Indian Subcontinent, mainly made out of cotton Wikidata
A coarse homespun cotton cloth from India. Wiktionary
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