Sarees

Our entire collection of handloom sarees are displayed under this section. Each piece is handmade with utmost love by the weavers and artisans of India. We work with weavers in Andhra Pradesh, Assam, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Odisha, West Bengal to name a few. We work with skilled artisans in Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Karnataka, Odisha and West Bengal.

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  • Lambani hand embroidered...

    Price ₹9,500.00

    Lambanis are semi-nomadic people and are known across the world for their colorful embroidered clothes with intricate patterns and designs. This saree has been handcrafted by the Lambani community women.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

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  • Lambani hand embroidered...

    Price ₹6,800.00

    Lambanis are semi-nomadic people and are known across the world for their colorful embroidered clothes with intricate patterns and designs. This saree has been handcrafted by the Lambani community women.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Dhalapathar Handloom Cotton...

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Made in Dhalapathara, this cotton saree is a revival one made in the original technique using 'Chairs". Every design is a unique and handcrafted masterpiece.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Lambani hand embroidered...

    Price ₹7,200.00

    Lambanis are semi-nomadic people and are known across the world for their colorful embroidered clothes with intricate patterns and designs. This saree has been handcrafted by the Lambani community women.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Bagru Hand Block Printed...

    Price ₹3,600.00

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Dhalapathar Handloom Cotton...

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Made in Dhalapathara, this cotton saree is a revival one made in the original technique using 'Charis". Every design is a unique and handcrafted masterpiece.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Dhalapathar Handloom Cotton...

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Made in Dhalapathara, this cotton saree is a revival one made in the original technique using 'Charis". Every design is a unique and handcrafted masterpiece.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹6,500.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in the traditional extra weft technique in manually operated looms. Bhujodi is a small town in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India. Originally, the Rabari community of the Kutch region used to weave shawls that have now been converted into sarees.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the backside of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Ajrakh Modal Silk Saree

    Price ₹5,500.00

    Ajrakh is an ancient art of resist dyeing practiced by the Khatri community in parts of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It is derived from the Arabic word "azarak" meaning blue. The design is largely jewellike shapes and traditional motifs symbolizing leaves, flowers, etc. Every piece has been designed to give a contemporary yet classy look!

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  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹6,800.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in the traditional extra weft technique in manually operated looms. Bhujodi is a small town in Kutch region of Gujarat, India. Originally, the Rabari community of the Kutch region used to weave shawls that have now been converted into sarees. 

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the back side of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹6,500.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in the traditional extra weft technique in manually operated looms. Bhujodi is a small town in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India. Originally, the Rabari community of the Kutch region used to weave shawls that have now been converted into saree.

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvage and the weave. There may be a loose thread on the back side of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock
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    Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹6,800.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in the traditional extra weft technique in manually operated looms. Bhujodi is a small town in the Kutch region of Gujarat, India. Originally, the Rabari community of the Kutch region used to weave shawls that have now been converted into sarees. 

     Disclaimer

    There may be unevenness in the selvedge and the weave. There may be loose thread on the back side of the saree. These are the signs of a handloom, handwoven saree. Be happy!

    Last items in stock