Khadi tablecloth from India
80,00€ incl. VAT
The term Khadi is derived from khaddar, which means a handwoven and handspun textile cloth. The production and trade with fabrics has a very long history in India, which goes back to ancient times. Mahatma Ghandi believed every yard of khadi bought would put food in the mouths of the starving and the poor of India. Along with the small hand-spinning wheel, the Charkha, Khadi became THE symbol of the nonviolent struggle for independence that Ghandi led.
This tablecloth is also very useful as bedcover. It has the size of 2,50 x 1,15
100 % cotton, handwoven with screen print
Out of stock