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The block printed scarves available are: Bagru Pigment Baug Ajrakh Indigo Pure Silk Hand block printing is a centuries old Indian art form that utilizes a hand carved teak wood block that is dipped in dye and stamped by hand onto cotton or silk. The design for the block is usually a traditional Indian motif. […]

Our artisans combine multiple art forms leading to the creation of beautiful fusion scarves The types of fusion scarves available are: Kalamkari Ikat Maheshwari Double Indigo Bagru Chanderi Ikat Kashmiri Viscose

Tassar silk is produced from larvae of several species of silkworms. These silkworms live in the wild forests as well as food plants like jamun and oak found in South Asia, eating the leaves of the trees they live on. Tassar silk is valued for its rich texture and natural deep gold colour. Much of […]

The plain scarves available are: Maheshwari Chanderi Pure Silk Tassar Cotton Classic scarves with no embroidery. Maheshwari is a weaving technique originating from the town of Maheshwar in Madhya Pradesh. The colours of the Maheshwari fabric are made using natural vegetable dyes. As Maheshwari fabric is a fairly light wear saree, it is suitable for […]

Hand embroidered scarves available are: Kantha, Kasuti, Chikan Intricate hand embroidered scarves serve as the perfect ethnic accessory. Kantha is a special kind of embroidery typical in the states of West Bengal and Odisha. Kasuti is a traditional form of folk embroidery practised in the state of Karnataka. Kasuti work which is very intricate sometimes […]