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Gandhi cap is a side cap with a pointed front and back and a wide band. It is generally white-colored and made from Khadi. It emerged from the Non-Cooperation Movement of Indian Independence and was popularized by Mahatma Gandhi in the 1920s. It was a symbol of a boycott of British-made goods and was worn to support home-grown weavers and textile workers.

For a long period of time, it was worn by the Indian politicians as a symbol of following the Gandhian way of thinking and a symbol of self-reliance and national pride.

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