National Handloom Day is celebrated in India country on the 7th of August every year, the purpose of celebrating this day is to promote handloom and increase the income of weavers along with spreading awareness about the handloom industry and its importance in the socio-economic contribution of the country.
National Handloom Day 2022: National Handloom Day is celebrated every year on the 7th of August which started in 2015. On this day, Indian local handloom business is encouraged, as well as an attempt is made to attract people to Indian brands and Khadi.
When is Handloom Day celebrated?
The Government of India, in 2015, decided to celebrate National Handloom Day (NHD) on 7 August every year. The first NHD was inaugurated by the Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi on 07 August 2015 in Chennai.
Why is National Handloom Day celebrated on 7th August?
Why is National Handloom Day celebrated? National Handloom Day is celebrated on August 7, 1905 to mark the beginning of the Swadeshi Movement. The movement encouraged Indians to wear their own hand-woven fabrics by indigenous communities and to condemn foreign-made garments.
National Handloom Day 2022 Theme
This awareness is spread all over India on this day to produce and use the product in the country itself so that the GDP of the country increases and the country develops.#MyHandloomMyPride