Government of India (GOI) wants to create a network of Khadi Gramudyog across villages in India on the 68th death anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi and a book titled Nathuram Godse – The Story of an Assassin is also released on the occasion.
About Khadi Gramudyog
- Khadi is a term used for hand-woven cloth and handspun from made out of cotton.
- Khadi cloths are mainly made in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan.
- In India Khadi movement encourages Indians to become independent on cotton and to minimize the use of foreign brands which are of high cost and give profit direct to the foreigners.
- The freedom struggle revolved around the use of khadi fabrics and the dumping of foreign-made clothes.
Book titled Nathuram Godse – The Story of an Assassin released
- The book titled Nathuram Godse – The Story of an Assassin authored by Anup Ashok Sardesai was released on 30 January 2016 that is the death Anniversary of MK Gandhi.
- Book was released by Ravindra Bhavan’s Chairman Damodar Naik.
- This book tells the whole story of Vinayakrao Godse life.
Martyrs’ Day is celebrated in the honor of those who lost their lives defending the sovereignty of the nation.
- The death anniversary of the great leader of the Indian independence movement Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi is also celebrated as the Martyrs’ Day in India.
- The president, the vice president, the prime minister, the defense, and the three Service Chiefs all gather at the samadhi of MK Gandhi that is at Raj Ghat on Martyr’s Day.
- In 1918 Mahatma Gandhi started Khadi movement for poor people of India.