During the pre-independence time (1920) the era of Khadi fabric manufacturing began to flourish under the guidance of Mahatma Gandhi. Gandhi represented the fabric as a symbol of nationalism, equality, unity, non-violence, and self-reliance. The spinning of Khadi fabric with the Charkha, which means “wheel” is also the heart of the Indian Flag and was weaved by spinners and specialist weavers to project the Khadi Spirit of the Indians.