Swadeshi



noun
1.
a political movement in British India that encouraged domestic production and the boycott of foreign, especially British, goods as a step toward home rule.
adjective
1.
(in present-day India) produced within the country; not imported
noun
2.
(in British India) the encouragement of domestic production and boycott of foreign goods as part of the campaign for independence

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