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Our purpose is not to discriminate between the three types of materials. However, as a consumer you must be aware of what you are buying. Khadi is expensive because it demands time, labour and years of expertise of spinners, weavers and tailors. As more and more powered machines come into play, the process becomes faster and less cumbersome leading to mass production. Hence, the prices drop.
In below video, Deb from Handloom of India , explains about the myth that many people have that khadi is a rough textile.
DMZ International stands with the Weavers & Artisans across India for Protecting their age-old Handmade Crafts!