Material : Fine cotton
Dimension : 5.5 m
Unique ,one of a kind Handloom Mul Cotton Saree with intricately woven Text from very popular Tagore Song "Ekla Cholo Re" The saree uses jamdani technique from Bengal. The cotton fabric is so fine , that you will be reminded of makhmali comfort. The saree carries a minimal look , perfect for the back to office look ! Do you find solace in Tagore's song Ekla cholo re.. Does it speak your attitude and character ? When it came to weaving these words in Jamdani, It took us a couple of months to find a weaver who could readily experiment. The first sample came after 5 months and it was a dream come true. The magician weaver had made us fall in love with the saree The text on the border is woven using needle jamdani technique , by our artisan associate in katwa near Burdwan. It takes around 8-10 days for one saree to complete as the weaving is slightly difficult when you need those alphabets to be woven with perfection. Material: cotton Technique - Jamdani Colour: White Measurements: Length 5.5 meter width â€“ 45 in Blouse â€“We have matched this with a black ikat blouse Care: the fabrics may bleed, we recommend dry-cleaning or washing in cold water separately. Expected Shipping Time: We ship Within 3-5 working days from the date of your order Note: There could be slight variance in color due to screen resolution. This is a handcrafted product and hence slight irregularities are distinctive and inherent to the beauty of this creation. This product provides rural employment and involves ethical practices. Happy Draping !
Country of Origin - India
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For Sarees started in mid-2015 as a passion for Sarees and love for Indian looms. It soon turned into a business preposition re-uniting the Handloom Sarees with Modern â€œSaree Loversâ€ who were short of time to visit exhibitions. Our endeavour is to bring these exhibits right at the doorstep of our customers. The USP of For Sarees is a wide horizon of Indian Looms from across the country. Our objectives are not restricted to selling, but promote each of these crafts and their stories through chronicles. So that, each craft is etched in your memory. â€œKnow your Sareeâ€ seri... Read More