Only I would not give the wearer of the khaddar more than his due.
In that case the husband is expected to hawk the khaddar from door to door and popularise it.
Lastly the popularising of khaddar means much care, devotion and labour.
I ask my countrymen in what way is it possible for khaddar to lead us to Swaraj?
She says she feels uncomfortable in her muslin saris and is content to wear her khaddar saris even in the hot weather.
The use of khaddar represents nothing more than a most practical recognition of the greatest economic necessity of the country.
As I have already said, I am opposed to the manufacture of khaddar on a commercial basis.
And if a Government spy wore it to deceive people, I would welcome his use of khaddar as so much economic gain to the country.
Her khaddar saris continue to preach true Swadeshi more eloquently than her tongue.
I now come to the question of khaddar which I regard as one of the most important questions before us.