Contemporary geometric motifs in a traditional weave makes this jamdani cotton dupatta a jack of all trades that helps you ace any look you want to achieve.
A fine muslin textile made of cotton, on which decorative motifs are woven using a hand loom is known as Jamdani. Dating back to almost 2000 years, the Jamdani weaving tradition of Bengal is considered to be one of the most time and labor-intensive forms of hand loom weaving, requiring great skill and dexterity. A world famous fabric, Jamdani is characterised by it's geometric or floral designs.
Jamdani weaving is a style unique to Bengal. The method of weaving closely resembles rich tapestry work in which small shuttles of coloured, gold or silver threads are passed through the warp. Jamdani is extremely time taking as it entails a tedious form of hand looming.
Traditionally woven around modern day Dhaka, an early reference to Indian origins of muslin is found in the book of Periplus of the Erythraean Sea(map available on Peepul Tree) and in the accounts of Arab, Chinese and Italian travelers and traders.
Ships within 7-15days. In order to maintain fairness to our artisans, as well as to keep our prices fair, this product is not returnable and non refundable.
Care instructions-Hand wash separately in cold water using mild detergent. Dry in shade. This product is handwoven by artisans on traditional looms and may have slight irregularities that are a natural outcome of the human involvement in the process. Naturally dyed fabrics and threads may bleed. Store dupatta separately, away from sunlight without exposure to any moisture.
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