Khadi – Made in India

Khadi started in India and featured earth colors. It was used to make classic garments but designers are trying to dye khadi using more attractive tones like baby pink, lime green, turquoise blue and violet. Today, you will find a variety of garments made of Khadi like mini skirts, racer tops, halter neck tops, tunics and others.

Khadi is also woven and spun by hand and will require some time to finish. It is made various rural parts of India. Before, it used to be the main fabric used by rural workers and farmers in the region. However, the trend has changed much and Khadi is already the preferred cloth by rich people and fashion designers. It is one of the most attractive types of fabric in India. Wearers particularly like the royal and beautiful look that the cloth can provide.

Local businesses were also inspired by the government to use and feature Khadi more. Today, Khadi producers and makers comprise a part of the industry, which is also why the Indian government decided to pass an act that will boost the creation of Khadi in various areas. Several outlets selling Khadi grew around India. These shops sell both stitched and unstitched versions of the Khadi fabrics. Every year from October 3 to January 29, various khadi gramodyog bhavans offer discounts to people on many khadi items. The popularity of Khadi helped create job for many people in India.  More foreigners are also coming to India to see and avail of these beautiful fabrics.

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