This beautiful handwoven dupatta will make for a distinctive addition to your wardrobe. Woven in a flying shuttle loom, the intricate double Ikat style is used for the making of this Telia Rumal pattern, an old tradition of Andhra Pradesh. The Ikat combines the beauty of tradition and the ability to adapt to the most modern renditions. Our earliest visual reference to the Ikat comes from the murals of the Ajanta caves, which go back 1,200-1,600 years. The Ikat is a unique weave, where the threads of the warp or the weft are patiently tied and then dyed multiple times, depending on the number of colours used. It is believed that this form of weaving travelled across the world from India.
Quantity: 1 piece
Care Instructions: Hand wash separately in cold water, using mild detergent. This product is handwoven by our artisans and may have slight irregularities. Naturally dyed fabrics may bleed.