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Crossing the Borders of India and Pakistan

There is a special ceremony held every evening at the line where the countries of Pakistan and India meet. The border town, called Wagah, features the separation between the two nations in 1947, and there are still various practices that … Continue reading

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Marking the Boundaries of India and Pakistan

Every night, flags are lowered and the borders of India and Pakistan are closed at the crossing of Wagah. The place used to be split and the countries separated in 1947. During the ceremony, hundreds of people from both countries … Continue reading

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The Indian Independence Day and Its Roots

India celebrates its Independence Day every year, similar to other nations. The 15th day of August is special for Indian citizens because they remember the freedom that their country attained years ago. India received its independence in 1947. The British … Continue reading

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The Glory of the Indian Independence Day

There are celebrations held in every month of the year, including the month of August. In India, August 15 is known as the Independence Day of India. India received its independence in 1947. It was the year when the country … Continue reading

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Making Khadi in India

Khadi stemmed from India and used to feature earth tones. Now there are more attractive colors to choose from like baby pink, violet, blue, lime green and orange. The cloth used to be featured only in classic attires but designers … Continue reading

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The Unique Khadi Fabric

The Khadi fabric started in India and continues to look more attractive when washed repeatedly. After some time, you will notice that the fabric looks more beautiful than before. Khadi is durable and can be worn for a span of … Continue reading

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Why People Admire the Khadi of India

Khadi is a type of Indian fabric. It also goes by the name “Khaddar” and is made by spinning threads on a “Charkha” machine. Khadi manufacturing became more popular before India gained its independence with the help of Mahatma Gandhiji. … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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The Khadi Fabric of India

The Khadi fabric which originated from India gets better the more that people wash it. Over time, you will notice how the fabric looks more beautiful. Khadi does not easily deteriorate even after being worn for five years. The cloth … Continue reading

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The Beautiful Khadi of India

Khadi is a kind of Indian fabric. It is also known as “Khaddar” and is created by spinning the threads on a machine called “Charkha”. Khadi manufacturing went through a huge boom during the pre-independence period through the aid of … Continue reading

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