Handblock printed chevron black and white kota cotton dupatta.
Length: 2.45 mtr I Width : 43.5 inches (approximately)
Dry clean only. Since this is a handwoven/ handcrafted product, there might be slight irregularities and unevenness in weave, pattern or selvedges due to weaving process.
Handloom fabrics tend to bleed out excess color in initial washes.
All photos have been taken under natural light daylight, however, there might be slight discrepancies in the actual color of the product due to shadows, digital photography, color settings and capabilities of your computer monitors or mobile screens.
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A statement of style, the traditional dupatta has been worn in innumerable parts of South Asia since centuries. The beautiful saga of the dupatta’s is as old as the mankind himself. The people of Vedic India wore three garments – nivil, vasas, and adhivasa. The adhivasa was a garment similar to the dupatta of present times. During the vedic times, the dupatta was worn both by men and women, unlike the present day scenario. An extremely versatile piece of clothing, it can be worn in a number of ways. The myriad designs, patterns, colors and decorations are overwhelming with respect to the dupatta!