This versatile dupatta is a work of art from two different and distant textile clusters!
The dupatta is woven in Banaras using pure silk georgette yarns for a perfectly textured and flowy drape!
The ancient tie-dye method, Bandhani, originates from Kutch and has been employed to incorporate cultural elements into textiles for centuries. By plucking and binding areas of cloth, artisans create intricate patterns of flowers and jaal with zari borders.
These beautiful dupattas tell tall tales about the rich textile art heritage of Gujarat and Banaras! Set in pure silk georgette, there's something celestial about it's fluidity and versatility! The rich zari work and Patola inspired meenakari weave adds to it's grandeur! Dense hand-knotted tassels add charm.
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Note: Color and shading may slightly vary due to lighting conditions and screen settings.
This is a handmade product any minor inconsistency in weaving is natural and lends to the individuality of the product.