khaddar


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a coarse homespun cotton cloth made in India

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Riding on inspired innovation it has plenty of dress brands for every spring season while for the winters it presents stylish embroidered silk and khaddar.
The traditional textiles of the country include a wide range of products such as khaddar, khes, lungi, sussi, shawls, carpets, pattu, patti and farrasi.
Some of the stores are exclusive distributors of Pakistan's reputed fashion lines, such as Gul Ahmed and Al-Karam, both of which offer unstitched salwar suits in a variety of fabrics including khaddar, lawn, cambric, chiffon, and silk.
The most famous among them are Khaddar, Susi, Khes, Chunri, Boski, Karandi, Shaal, and Ajrak.
It is, in fact, a lungi (the garment worn by South Asian men) made with khaddar, the homespun fabric so dear to Mahatma Gandhi's heart.
The incident occurred at around 11:30am during a clash between militants and police in the Khaddar area on the outskirts of the provincial capital Pul-i-Alam, police chief, Brig.
The most famous among them are Khaddar, Susi, Khes, Chunri, Boski, Karandi, Shaal, and The designs are invariably brightly colored with traditional emphasis on blue and red.
NCWA Secretary General Asma Khaddar highlighted the role of media in spreading awareness among youth.
Trivedi therefore turns her attention towards the latter and away from a narrow focus on Gandhian philosophy and politics, to argue that the transformation of khadi cannot be understood without taking into account the significance of government policy, along with the roles, first of the All-India Khaddar Board, and then the All-India Spinners' Association which replaced it.
Moncef Khaddar teaches at Roger Williams University, Bristol, Rhode Island.
He also won National Seerat Award, National Book Council Award and Masud Khaddar Posh Award.
The crafts on display are embroidery (including Multani, Bahawalpur, Hazara, Swat, Balochi and Sindhi embroidery) block printing, lacquer work, Khussa making, pottery, tie and dye, doll making, khaddar weaving, truck art, wood carving, wood work, papier mache, namda and gabba, metal work, Shawl weaving, zari work, motikari, traditional carpets, blue pottery, Ajrak, wax printing, stone work, wooden spoon making, pattu weaving and many others.
Diganta Khaddar scored the solitary goal for Pune FC.
He educated the Pashtuns to wear simple dress and home spun khaddar and to adopt the profession of trade and commerce.