Handmade handloom Cotton Towel

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Pure Cotton Towel weaved by skilled weavers of Vidyashish Hathkargha, Anwa by skillful combination of warp & weft on a handloom.

Price : ₹350 ₹265 *includes tax

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100% Cotton

All our products are made from 100% natural cotton without any adulteration of Polyester Tricot.

Non-violence is the highest moral virtue

All our products are made using non-violent methods unlike animal fat used in the textile industry for the sizing process.

Natural and pure Indigo dye

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Handloom HANDSPIN Innovation

Spinning yarn with a spindle is a spiritual practice by which you can eliminate stress.

Spindle (a slender rounded rod with tapered ends used in hand-spinning to twist and wind thread from a mass of wool or flax held on a distaff)

The process of making yarn from the spindle was done by dancing the spindle with the fingers.

Gandhiji called for "Swadeshi" for economic independence. Spinning the spinning wheel was a daily example of the same Swadeshi, was a "symbol", a vast religious policy. Its purpose was to liberate man. They considered the "last man" to be their target.

Gandhiji is no more today. Their values ​​are also being sidelined one by one. The landscape of the whole world is in front of us. The inhuman form of the deceptive technology of science, the insatiable lust for immense wealth and the orgy of multinational corporations, the dominance of violence and terrorism, the domination of the killers of democracy, communalism, casteism, illiteracy, poverty, unrest, and exploitation…all are ours. front. Who has to think about all this!

Gandhiji used to say – I will live without food, but I cannot live without the spinning wheel. When I spin yarn on a spinning wheel, I remember the poor. Gandhiji believed that millions of people of the country could get employment only by spinning the spinning wheel. It also requires less capital.