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  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...
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    Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹1,200.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi stole is made 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 a stole.

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  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...
    • New

    Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹1,200.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi stole is made in 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.

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  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...
    • New

    Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹1,200.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in 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.

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  • Handloom Woven Bhujodi...
    • New

    Handloom Woven Bhujodi...

    Price ₹1,200.00

    Bhujodi gets the name from its place of origin. The Bhujodi saree is made in 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. 

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  • Pasapali Cotton Stole
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    Pasapali Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,600.00

    “Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.

    A Sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.  

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  • Pasapali Cotton Stole
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    Pasapali Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,600.00

    “Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.

    A sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.  

    Last items in stock
  • Pasapali Cotton Stole
    • New

    Pasapali Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,600.00

    “Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.

    A Sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.  

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  • Sambalpuri ikat Cotton Stole
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    Sambalpuri ikat Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,600.00

    “Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.

    A Sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.  

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  • Sambalpuri Ikat Cotton Stole
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    Sambalpuri Ikat Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,600.00

    “Bandhakala” popularly known as ikat is a resist dyeing technique originating from Odisha, India. In this technique, the threads are first tie-dyed and later woven into a fabric, with the entire process taking many weeks or months depending on the intricacies of the designs. The feather like, contrasting curvilinear designs are unique and found only in Odisha Handlooms.

    A Sambalpuri stole wrapped around your shoulder increases your fashion quotient manifold.  

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  • Kotpad Cotton Stole
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    Kotpad Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,500.00

    Kotpad stoles are exquisite pieces of natural dyed handloom products. This stole has been handmade by the weavers of the Mirgam tribal community of Koraput district in Odisha. The name of the weave is from the place of origin that is Kotpad village in Koraput, Odisha. An original, authentic fashion statement never to be missed!

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  • Indigo Kotpad Cotton Stole
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    Indigo Kotpad Cotton Stole

    Price ₹1,800.00

    Kotpad stoles are exquisite pieces of natural dyed handloom products. This stole has been handmade by the weavers of the Mirgam tribal community of Koraput district in Odisha. The name of the weave is from the place of origin that is Kotpad village in Koraput, Odisha. An original, authentic fashion statement never to be missed!

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