Light Peach Red Airavata Konark Double Palla Khadi Tussar Silk Saree
HANDLOOM TUSSAR SILK
HANDSPUN JALA / EXTRA WEFT
DOBBY / EXTRA WARP IKAT
Inspiration from architecture. A Konark saree in handspun Tussar silk. The design and motifs are inspired by the sculptures and architecture of the famous Konark Sun Temple of Odisha. It has fine details and craftsmanship. The use of pure handspun tussar makes the saree unique in feel and texture. The saree is lightweight and drapes beautifully.⠀
Its beauty has enhanced at the end of the palla as fine lotus flowers are handpicked and handwoven in multiple colors and the grandeur of elephant Airavata border and buttis across the body.
“Gurubari Tussars” is all about exploring and experimenting with the tribe within you, through the aroma and textures of khadi tussars.
It’s a collection of handwoven and hand-spun textured desi tussar silk sarees from the quaint villages of Odisha. The women from the village remove the tussar threads from the wild cocoon and reel it on their thigh, which makes Gurubari desi tussar silk saree an exquisite creation. The weaver weaves it by hand on a dobby and jala stand loom which approximately takes a week to create one saree. Textile designer Anupriya Mridha along with the master weaver, conceptualizes it to a fusion of contemporary yet traditional 6-yards.
Saree length including blouse 6.5 meters.
Blouse piece 80 cm.
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The right care keeps your treasured handlooms safe, for years to come.
· Dry clean only
· Store the garments in a muslin cloth bag
· Keep the garments in a cool, dry place & away from sunlight
· Air your garments every few months
· Take professional help to iron your garments
· Bring them out regularly & wear them with pride
The handmade process is an art. Handwoven textiles tend to have natural variations in colors & weave. These imperfections & variations cannot be termed as defects.