Two bodies making efforts to revive desi, organic cotton
| Sunday | 17th November, 2019
Will display their products at Kudrati Kisaan Haat todayTribune News ServiceJalandhar, November 16To revive desi as well as organic cotton, two organisations will display their products at the Kudrati Kisaan Haat set up at Eklavya School here.
Tula and Trinjan are working to revive the desi cotton seed conservation, hand spinning and weaving and natural dying techniques.
The twin outlets will feature cotton kurtis, shirts, trousers, durrees, towels and a host of other materials made out of desi cotton fabric, all of which is handspun, hand-woven and dyed with traditional organic colours.
Anantu, who started organic farmers’ market in Chennai, became an inspiration for Trinjan.
Several farmers are also taking to organic cotton cultivation with the initiative serving as a major fillip to the organic market.
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