Ever seen a saree tell a tale of two cities? Well this one does!! This purple shaded georgette saree woven in the ancient town of Banaras is then transported all the way to the town of Kutch in Gujrat. The saree is painstakingly resist dyed using the Kutch Bandej technique. While the texture and rich motifs of the saree share the famous tale of the Banarasi weave the Bandani dying and the motifs on the saree speaks volumes about the skills and art of Kutch in Gujrat.
This saree comes with an unstitched blouse fabric and is ready to wear with fall and pico complete.
Handmade tassels line the pallu.
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Note: There may be a slight difference in shade between the actual product and what you see on screen due to variance in screen settings and other factors.
Note: This is a hand-woven saree made out of pure natural silk. There may be minor inconsistencies owing to the handmade nature of it.
Being characteristic, they are not considered defects.