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Sarojini - Organic Handwoven Pillow

Sarojini - Organic Handwoven Pillow

$65.00 $35.00

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Overview

Named after a freedom fighter - Sarojini Naidu, these Kala Cotton pillow cases are handcrafted from heirloom organic cotton grown in Gujarat, India. Handwoven on traditional wooden looms by award winning artisanal community of weavers, they have a natural and earthy vibe. The bright handmade tassels add a pop of color to the otherwise muted color tones. Pairs very well with our Razia pillow!

  • 12 x 18 inches
  • 100% unbleached cotton
  • Exposed premium brass YKK zipper 
  • We recommend gentle wash with mild detergent
  • Handcrafted entirely by hand; subtle irregularities are to be expected and celebrated
  • Made in India
  • Pillowflex alternative down insert

    Handmade 

    The pillow fabric is handcrafted on hand-operated wooden looms, one of the oldest methods of textile production in India. The looms require no electricity or punch cards to guide the design, only skill, techinique and vision of the weavers. The yarn is made from heirloom organic cotton grown in Gujarat, India. The crop is purely rain fed so unlike large scale industrialized cotton production, it doesn't require vast amounts of water to grow.  It is also organic since it needs no pesticides and has high tolerance to diseases and pests.  

    By choosing this handmade piece, you help preserve craftsmanship and support rural artisan communities. We truly appreciate your support. 

     

      Who was Sarojini Naidu

      A freedom fighter and poet, she was also known as the "The Nightingale of India;" second Indian woman to be president of the Indian National Congress and the first to be appointed an Indian state governor. She founded the Women's India Association in 1917. Having been the President of Indian National Congress in 1925, she participated in the freedom struggle. Two years before her death, India finally gained its independence as a sovereign nation. She is also remembered for her books, including The Broken Wing and The Gift of India.