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Flowers bloom on withered trees.. singing the songs of summer on every branch.. & the yarn on her Charkha smells of ripening mangoes & freshly cut melons.. giving her a refreshing feel every time she wears it... Handspun in Khadi.. these sarees will calm your body from the heat & will make your summers even more beautiful...

  • Rs.2,620Rs.2,500

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Product Code: 1133-G-IWK-006

Made/ Mkt. By: Charkhatales

Box- L.W.H | Wgt:600 x 110 x 0cm | 250g


The East India Company imported raw cotton from India while they dumped the local Indian market with inferior machine-made cloth. This led to a great decline in the handloom industry. The khadi weavers were first affected with the subsequent establishment of the powerlooms in India. Imitations of the hand-woven saris and garments were dished out, making it much cheaper and severly affecting the rural scenario. During the Second World War (1939-1945) majority of the Indians turned to hand woven saris. 



This was further supported by the Swadeshi Movement initiated by Gandhiji where women turned to hand woven khadi fabric in order to shun the English machine made fabric. The effect of the mill spun fabric continued to affect the handloom sector even post-independence.The extent was so large that the Government of India had to ban powerlooms producing certain textiles, one such being the sari. The Government took active interest in reviving traditional saris to prevent it from extinction and provide handloom weavers with a livelihood through the Janata Scheme.

The Janata scheme involved a per sari wage to the weaver and was production centric rather than quality being a concern. The idea was to make the sari as economical and production as high as possible. More number of saris implied more wages for the weaver. This however did not last long. More recently, various state-run schemes are aiding the weavers.

The raw materials may be cotton, silk, or wool, which are spun into threads on a spinning wheel called a charkha. Khadi is a versatile fabric, cool in summers and warm in winters. Being a natural form of material, it crumples much faster than other preparations of cotton. In order to improve the look, khadi is often starched to have a stiffer shape. It is widely accepted in fashion circles these days. 

West Bangal in India is one of the largest producers of Khadi in today's times. The yarn and the looms are sourced easily from the market. The finished products are also sold in the local as well as external markets. The businessmen in kolkata lend weavers yarn and buy finished woven fabrics from them.
Made by Artisans working with I Wear Khadi
Product details Walk down in poise and exude your ethnic charm with this black and magenta pink khadi cotton saree with a dash of green. The pom-pom edged saree can be clubbed with a kalamkari blouse to get that perfect festive look. Blouse piece included.
Returns and Exchange
Note All items must be returned in their original condition,with price tags and without cutting the blouse piece within 7 days of delivery. When you return a product to us, we will examine the product & will either replace the item(if defected) or provide you a refund. The cost of transportation is at your expense.
Made of Khadi Cotton
Note - Imperfections and variations in the product cannot be termed as defects, as these are intrinsic to the handmade process. - With blouse piece
Care Dry Clean
COD - Option Not Available

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