Title: How Handloom Continues to Survive
I visited CP in Delhi yesterday. Been there about 6 times in the one year I spent in Delhi, and the enormity of the place continues to surprise to this very day.
Each time I've visited with a different person, and each time I've found something new. And to me, that's how life makes meaning - to derive the largest of stories from the littlest of things.
I found this place called Khadi India, and it looked pretty new. I always have been a history buff, so I know a little about how the handloom industry struggled against the industrialization of power looms.
But there's just something about spinning yarn to make fabric, as in putting in the human effort, your designs, your skills, blood and sweat into making something come to life!
Sure, you can get something made out of a machine. But when you wear something hand woven, you also wear a little bit of the soul its creator left behind. And that's an interpretation you should cherish 😊
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Traveling within the city and exploring new things. Still traveling 😄
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