|Kota Doria is a lightweight fabric made of tiny woven squares which is native to Kota, Rajasthan. This Rust Beige colour kota cotton dupatta features a floral hand block print all over with border. Pair it with any solid colour kurta and get work ready.|
|Dry Wash only|
|Hand Block Prints|
Hand Block prints
Hand block printing is one of the oldest forms of textile art in India. It is a traditional printing process in which a craftsman creates Impressions on fabrics with skilled precision using blocks of wood carved out by hand. ‘Sanganeri’, ‘Bagru’ and ‘Dabu’ are various techniques and forms of hand block printing mastered by artisans over centuries.
'Handloom'– as the name suggests, is woven on looms with hand without the use of electricity. As a result, the yarn and the fabric are much less stressed and damaged than powerloom fabric. What makes handloom cotton fabrics unique is the use of traditional techniques of weaving handed down from generations to the rural weavers.