Dharua Cotton Kotpad Dupatta
Length - 98.5 Inches & Width - 30 Inches
The Kotpad weave was traditionally made by the Mirgan community of Kotpad village in Odisha. The iconic earthy red used in this weave comes from the red dye extracted from the local ‘Aal’ tree. These hand-woven fabrics are used by tribals on special occasions such as rituals and weddings. The motifs used are inspired by nature with each motif having its own significance.
The dupatta on display is iconic, simple and hand-woven. In order to promote this rare weave we have made it possible for you to order this Kotpad dupatta online.
To learn more about the art form, watch the video.
Note: Wash separately in cold water or with coloured clothes, natural dyes can run colour. This product has been woven by hand and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of human involvement. The colours seen in the image may vary from the actual product due to different computer screen resolutions and displays.
Quantity: 1 piece
Care Instructions: Hand wash separately in cold water, using mild detergent.
Return Policy: All requests for returns must be initiated by the customer within 48 hours of receiving the product. In order to maintain fairness to our artisans and craftsmen, we accept returns only for damaged products.
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