The saree is light and comfortable to drape. It has dhoop chaav effect created due to Yellow thread in weft and Maroon thread in warp.
Handwoven saree is designed by artisans from Bagalkot, Karnataka. The fabric is 100% mercerized cotton. This saree is perfect for any occasion. The dyes used are VAT dyes.
Length (running blouse piece): 6.8 meter
Wash Care: Wash separately in cold water. Use mild detergent.
*Actual color of the product may slightly vary
This handloom saree is produced in Ponduru, Andhra Pradesh. Ponduru is the only place in India where khadi is 100% handmade. A jaw of a local fish is used to align cotton fibres and thread is spun using a spinning wheel only. Ponduru khadi made from red cotton and hill cotton ( a locally grown cotton) is always in short supply and is mostly exported.
Length: 5.5 meter
Blouse Piece: 0.8 meter
Wash Care: Wash separately in cold water using a mild detergent. 1st wash dry clean.
*Actual colors may slightly vary
This beauty is from West Bengal. The saree is light to wear and is perfect for any occasion. The product is designed by paramparik weavers from West Bengal.
Length: 5.6 meter
Wash care: wash separately in cold water with mild a mild detergent.
*Actual color may slightly vary
Kundujee not being a tech-savvy and also business running alright did not show much interest in clicking pictures and sharing it with us. So only when we made another visit we could get some more Begampuri sarees. Continue Reading
The weaver asked me if I thought his wife is alright. Before I could answer, he said with a smile that he loves his wife as she is the backbone of the family. She helps him maintain his cool. continue reading
We imagined a government employee in his 50s would be least interested in entertaining people post his normal work hours. We sat in his cabin looking around shooing mosquitoes away and taking in the musty smell from the walls. The sun sets early in Bhubaneshwar, as it is on the eastern side of India. It was getting dark too. continue reading
So when we made a trip to Kutch during 5th-9th of August'17 it was something else. We met so many artisans. With many, we are now friends. We sat for hours and talked but not about business. And the most beautiful part of this journey is continue reading