Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's tour companions will wear Khadi Mujib coats during his visit to Bangladesh. It is known that Modi is coming to Dhaka on a two-day visit on March 26.
During Modi's visit, Mujib coats made of Khadi will be seen on the guests at Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman's birth centenary festival.
The Indian Ministry of Small and Medium Industries reported this information last Saturday.
On the eve of Modi's visit to Dhaka, the Indira Gandhi Cultural Center in Dhaka is supplying 100 mujib coats made of traditional Indian khadi for his tour companions.
The Indian Prime Minister will visit on the invitation of Bangladesh Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to attend Bangabandhu's birth centenary celebrations.
It is reported that the six-button black mujeeb coat will have two pockets at the bottom and a chest pocket on the upper left side. This mujib jacket is made with high quality poly khadi fabric.
In a release, Ministry of Small and Medium Industries of India said, maintaining the eco-friendliness of khadi fabric, black khadi yarn fabric covers have also been made for these jackets by embroidering the Khadi Indian logo.
Mujib Coat has historical importance in Bangladesh and making Khadi Mujib Jacket is a matter of pride. Mujib Kot made by Khadi will go to Bangladesh during Modi's visit to Bangladesh.
Narendra Modi is the brand ambassador of Khadi. Said KVIC Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena.
Mujib coat is very popular in Bangladesh. Mujib Kot is a symbol of the ideology of the great leader of Bangladesh, Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman. Its popularity is increasing day by day among the youth of Bangladesh.
The KVIC Chairman also said that the Mujib Kot made of India's traditional khadi cloth carries the historical and cultural significance of Mujib's birth centenary.