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Tula: A Return to India’s Regenerative Cotton Roots

February 2, 2022

As part of our series on cotton in community, we are honored to share this article produced by Harpreet Singh, exploring the connections between cotton, colonialism, cloth production, and community-based economies. As Harpreet writes, tula is a Sanskrit word that means cotton and also means balance or equilibrium. The vision and approach of this work — in the historical land base where cotton was first spun and woven — is a practical and inspiring model for local economies in the Fibershed community. “This was dyed using manjistha,” he explained, pointing to a spool of resplendent red cotton hanging outside between...

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