Indian khadi towels

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Indian khadi towels

38.00

These towels are made by hand in India with 100% khadi cotton. Khadi is a term meaning fabric that is hand woven using hand spun yarn. They are lightweight and dry quickly, and are large enough when fully opened to even be used as a small throw on a blanket ladder.

- Choose between 5 options (from left to right in second picture)

- Measures roughly 32" x 66" when opened fully but can vary by several inches on either side

-Due to their handmade nature, each one will vary slightly in size and color, even within the same color way option

- Hand washing suggested 

- Made by Auntie Oti in India

- There is a rich, deep history behind the ancient use of khadi. Before the industrial revolution, khadi was produced in India for centuries. The practice was revived by Gandhi in the 1920’s in his pursuit of rural self-reliance. Indians asserted their economic independence over Great Britain by spinning, weaving, and wearing their own cloth. Practiced today, this slow community based method defies the generic mass produced products consumed today. 

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