This cotton Ambar-Charkha Spun Handloom is produced in Ponduru, Andhra Pradesh. Ponduru is the only place in India where Ambar-Charkha Spun Handloom is 100% handmade. A jaw of a local fish is used to align cotton fibers and thread is spun using a spinning wheel only. Ponduru Ambar-Charkha Spun Handloom made from red cotton and hill cotton ( a locally grown cotton) is always in short supply and is mostly exported.
The Ambar-Charkha Spun Handloom thread for this saree is produced using Ambar Charkha a modern replacement of traditional spinning wheel. Sri Umachandra Weavers Society from Srikakulum district has been balancing the true spirit of Ambar-Charkha Spun Handloom with modern needs.
Each piece is curated keeping in mind the taste of our customers and the quality of the product. Our purpose is to give exclusivity to your wardrobe with minimal environmental impact. The concept of sustainability does not end here though. We make sure that the true value of the product is paid to the weaver for a sustainable growth. In totality, we work together for better tomorrow.
Length: 5.7 meters
Blouse piece: 0.8 meter
Wash Care: Wash separately in cold water. Use mild detergent.
*Actual color may slightly vary