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khadi-panjabiFrom ancient times, this sub-continent in the hand loom industry was renowned. The country exported cotton fabrics were all the time. Khadi was involved with a professional community weaving industry. Their native language was called “yugi” or “Debnath. Gandhi’s movement in the region of British India during the historic weaving industry and gained popularity quickly spread. Rangamati were made from cotton and khadi. Chandina district, Debidwar, were living at the time of the police station Burichang and yugi or Debnath family. Gandhiji’s call to boycott foreign textiles and weaving of the time he got a huge response from Comilla production increases. Different parts of the country began to spread of the district khadi. This garment is also gaining popularity as Coir district.

Founded in Comilla Abhay Gandhi Ashram Khadi industry plays an important role in promoting. Practice rounds disguised as a refuge closer social welfare institutions established monastery was established as a safety. When posting a massive boycott of foreign cloth spun yarn is cut. Abhay Ashram Ashram and inexpensively create a spinner, the market tends to create themselves as well as textile weaving. Textiles and Khadi made several villages gathered at the security market through the start.

To obtain information, 1926-7 were sold in just five sike at 8 feet long loincloth. Comilla Abhay Ashram at that time, nearly 9 million sold khadi. Late Tagore scholar, Abhay Ashram Parimal Dutta writing an employee, according to the needs of the huge demand, but the safety of the monastery he was not completely filled.

Loom weaving run faster due to rapid demand-driven Paddle legs were holes in the ground below. Clothes that were generated from the hole or shaft of the khadi clothes. Thus, the origin of the name of khadi. Gradually, as the cloth weaving or khaddar became famous.

Police in Comilla Schools in Comilla Hospital in Comilla

The next time was the golden age of khadi industry. Comes after the crisis. Then off to the war-torn textile mill. Meet the needs of the handloom cloth puts heavy pressure on import-dependent countries. Khadi production compared to the needs of people, if not the country or the market over chandina sheet weavers villages around it, the stuff gets started making clothes. Khadi was widespread prior to independence, as the demand for winter clothing. Khadi Department needs to take advantage of some of the region’s past, the yarn, the color of the reason for taking the license tenure earning profits as looting. In the absence of the actual price of yarn and cloth weavers, he was forced to change their original job. Widespread in the mid-eighties, the luma-based textile industry developed. The result was a massive expansion of atula varieties. Increases polyester, rayon, bhisakama eyakrelika twist. RMG export may be imported duty-free foreign Clothes. Thus, the extent of what happened to the shaft weaving names are lost to extinction in a ditch.

Comilla khadi industries and a wide despite the cottage industry in this industry. Cut the yarn spun in the midst of rural household badhu RA sold to farmers would have the opportunity for additional income. The old man could not eat, to work on the farm, the teenage girl who did not get the opportunity to sell the labor income in the world had the chance to cut the spun yarn.

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