The earliest samples of the Bandhej dots can be seen in the 6th Century paintings depicting the life of Buddha on the walls of Ajanta. It is a tie-dye textile technique wherein the fabric is plucked and tied into tiny bindings and later did to form unique patterns.
In deep green, this Bandhej Georgette Silk dupatta is woven with antique zari borders. Can be worn with various outfits to create unique looks.
Gharchola is the traditional name for the Dupatta that a newly-wed bride in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan adorns when she steps into her new home. The Dupatta is made of two words - 'Ghar' which means home, and 'Chola' which means attire. Thus, the Gharchola Dupatta has a special place in some aspects of Indian culture.
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