Kalamkari is a very ancient technique of hand-painting in the southern region of India. There is a total of 24 steps involved in creating a single unique piece of this handpainted textile. Usually, this art of Kalamkari hand painting is inspired by mythological characters or flora and fauna.
Kalamkari Tussar Silk Dupatta
Organic natural colors derived from trees and other natural resources are used in drawing and filling the colors. Approx 24-28 days are required to make each piece.
Ideal for – women.
Occasion – formal or casual.
Fabric – Pure Tussar Silk handwoven on a handloom by the weavers. It is soft and possesses subtle luster. It is handpainted in multicolor with floral motifs.
Color – Multicolored. The fabric base is natural tussar silk color and the colors used are organic plant base.
Can be draped in different patterns and styles.
Size – 2.5mtrs x 36 inches(approx).
Care – Dry wash.
Note – The Color of the Picture Shown above may slightly vary due to flash light, screen, and camera resolution. Slight irregularities might be there in the product since it is handwoven and hand-painted but this is what makes it unique.
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|Dimensions||250 × 92 m|
Kantha Stitch Embroidery by the word co-relates to the well-known embroidery of West Bengal and Bangladesh. Kantha is primarily a traditional embroidery craft which has been around us for centuries, being passed on from generation to generation
Done by the rural population it is also the major employment generating source for the less privileged ones.
This product is hand embroidered and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process
Material - Pure Tussar Silk
Size- 2.5mtrs / 36"