[ kah-der ]
/ ˈkɑ dər /
a handloomed plain-weave cotton fabric produced in India.
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Also kha·di [kah-dee]. /ˈkɑ di/.
Origin of khaddar
First recorded in 1920–25, khaddar is from the Hindi word khādar
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How to use khaddar in a sentence
Moreover, the cloth best suited for the three seasons of India is Khadi.
They are apparently divided into three endogamous sections, named Holodia, Bolodia, and Khadi.
Khadi can enable its wearer to withstand the cold of an average winter as even wool cannot.
How to kill swadeshi—We are familiar with the official ban put upon the Khadi cap in various parts of India.
British Dictionary definitions for khaddar
a cotton cloth of plain weave, produced in India
Word Origin for khaddar
from Hindi khādar
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