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Memorable Achievements
  • Despite stiff competition in the market, the Karnataka Khadi Gramodyog Samyukta Sangh (Federation), Hubli - 580 023, has constantly maintaining A+ Category in the production and sale of Khadi.


  • The Federation’s overall performance was recognised by the Ministry of Agro and Rural Industry, Government of India, and was conferred the National Award for Excellence in the field of Khadi and Village Industries.
  • A new feather in the cap of the Federation, that also symbolised its glorious tradition, dedication to the cause and excellence in the field, is the centre for the Production of National Flags. The Federation is the only centre to produce the national flags of all sizes under BIS certification.
  • The following a different size flags are being manufactured.
    No Length (mm) Width (mm)
    1 6300 4200
    2 3600 2400
    3 2700 1800
    4 1800 1200
    5 1350 900
    6 900 600
    7 450 300
    8 225 150
    9 150 100
    The history of ‘Khadi’ almost begins from the day Mahatma Gandhi came to know about the ‘Charakha’ for the first time in 1908 when he was in London as the head of a delegation from South Africa. He decided then and there the course he was to take and the goal he was to pursue in his future life --devoting himself to the service of India and freeing it from the shackles of British rule.
    On his return to India from South Africa, Gandhiji chose to espouse two causes – to secure freedom for India from the of British rule, and redeem its people from the clutches of poverty. in this great battle of his, ‘Charakha’ and ‘Khadi’ were to be the wheels of his chariot and ‘truth’ and ‘non-violence’ his weapons. Khadi also symbolised India’s return to its traditional occupation and revival of its once glorious past.
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