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Drawn on the cloth

Drawn on the cloth
Madav Lal, Secretary, Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises, Government of India inaugurated the sale that will be on till January 2015.

This annual sale offers a discount of 20 per cent on all the khadi products excluding eatables and cosmetics. An additional discount of 5 per cent will be given to the students. Addressing the guests and buyers present at the Bhavan, Madhav Lal said, ‘Khadi special discount sales campaign will be for 108 working days which offers a 20 per cent discount on all khadi products. To attract the youth to the fabric of the freedom and its economy and philosophy, an additional discount of 5 per cent will be given to the students.’

A large number of silk materials including wide range of silk and cotton sarees like - Baluchari, Bomkai, Kantha, Kanzivaram, Tassar, Banarsi etc were on display. All most all varieties of silk - Mulberry, Tussar, Munga, Andi, produced in India and woolen and pashmina shawls with Kashmiri embroidery, jackets, coats and large number of ready to wear garments in cotton, wool, silk and poly khadi were also displayed at the outlet.

The Secretary viewed the products displayed at various sections in the bhavan and appreciated the products, packaging and way of display.

The total area of the floor have been increased from 14,000 sq.ft to 20,000 sq.ft. Also the sales staff were given special training and orientation programmes in order to meet the customers’ quest and attend them well.

As the same day marked, Prime Minister, Narendra Modi’s launch of the nationwide cleanliness drive, Swach Bharat Abhiyan, that aims to clean India in next five years, all the staff and officers of the Khadi Gramadyog Bhavan along with Madav Lal took oath to contribute their bit in this cleanliness drive.

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