Gandhigram Handwoven Khadi Cotton Muslin Saree - 1415189BLU
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Soft aquamarine blue khadi is drizzled with purple checks, lending the body an unusual composition. The plain purple border on both ends contrasts perfectly well. Skeins of yellow run through adding a defining touch to the border. Rivulets of aquamarine drift across the rich purple pallu, creating a variety of stripes.
|Ships in||2 Days|
|Width (In inch)||45|
|Weight (in gms)||421|
|Exchange||We're sorry! No exchange on this product.|
|Border Color Top||Violet|
|Border Color Bottom||Violet|
|Border Width Top (In Inch)||4|
|Border Width Bottom (In Inch)||4|
|Blouse Fabric||No blouse|
|Zari Detail||No Zari - Threadwork only|
|Wash Care||Gentle Hand Wash|
Ikat is a weaving technique that combines geometric precision and the aesthetic fluidity of art to produce the most wondrous fabrics and sarees. Ikats from India have been prized around the world for centuries. There isn’t a technique in the modern textile world that is as ancient and relevant at the same time as Ikat.
Made with azo-free dyes as well as using natural dyes, this is a design-led range for people who seek to introduce socially beneficial and ecologically sensible products into their lives. The yarn used has been spun on ambar charkha and woven by hand the traditional way. The sarees feature traditional border detailing and motifs.
Gandhigram came into existence in 1947 through the efforts of Dr. (Mrs.) T.S. Soundram and Dr. G.Ramachandran who wanted to create a model that would concentrate on the complete development of the human being. Gandhigram Khadi Trust produces a range of Khadi products, including cotton sarees.
Gandhigram is authorised to use the Khadi Mark Tags and Labels as governed by the Khadi Mark Regulations, 2013 with effect from 2.10.2019 to 1.10.2014 vide SL No SZO/006 and Registration No KVIC/ZKMC/TN/004.