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2016-02-22T21:55:37+05:30
Because the khadi cloth was very expensive as compared to the mass made mill cloth and poor cannot afford to buy khadi . so they have to purchase mill cloth
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2016-02-23T18:05:33+05:30
Mahatma Gandhi, he consciously rejected the well known clothes of the Indian ascetic and adopted the the dress of the poorest Indian. Khadi, white and coarse, was to him a sign of purity, of simplicity, and of poverty. Wearing it became also a symbol of nationalism, a rejection of Western mill made cloth.
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