Delhi Based Fashion Designer Makes Khadi Masks For Poor

The current toll of coronavirus cases in our national capital has risen to 1,578 with a death toll of 32. These desperate times require everyone’s contribution to come ahead and take a stand for their fellow citizens. While a sizeable population stays indoors to combat this pandemic, the poor and needy are not left with many options. In such a dire time, a ray of hope appears. A Delhi based fashion designer makes khadi masks for the poor.

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What’s In It?

Delhi-based fashion designer Manish Tripathi is designing khadi face masks to fight COVID-19 and he has a higher cause. “I am preparing these masks for the people who can’t afford to buy masks. Then I will try selling them online and whatever amount is collected will be contributed to the PM-CARES Fund to fight the coronavirus,” Manish said. Manish tweeted about his initiative and mentioned that during these tough times, as a responsible citizen its everyone’s duty to distribute handmade cotton masks to people who can’t afford it.

The fashion designer has also launched a collection of cheerful face masks. He believes that positivity is the best way to combat the fear against the virus. The selfless Delhi based fashion designer believes that COVID-19 is a long drawn battle. And masks will actually become an integral part of our lives. So he decided to make masks that will not incite fear rather will bring a smile on people’s faces. His collection of masks are fashioned for all occasions, they are sweat absorbent, made of cotton and home washable. They can be washed, ironed and reused.

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What’s More?

As everyone is urged to wear face masks, a sizeable population is not economically adept enough to buy for themselves or their family. In such a case, Manish’s initiative comes as a breath of fresh air. Manish’s masks which are made using cotton and khadi fabrics are also washable which means people can continue to use them for a longer time. Manish also informs that he will try selling them online. And the money collected will be donated to the PM-CARES Fund to support the fight against coronavirus. Did you know Liquor Shops Might Open As Delhi May Soon Consider Alcohol As An Essential Commodity?

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