Khadi fabric production in India saw an average jump of 37.1 per cent in the last four years from 103.22 mn sq mtr to 141.52 mn sq mtr, according to the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC). The rise followed KVIC’s encouragement of registration of new khadi institutions and artisan-centric programmes beginning 2015.The programmes include distribution of 31,000 new model charkhas (spinning wheels) and 5,600 modern looms.