Intricate and artfully done kasuti hand embroidered on pure handloom maheshwari silk-cotton dupatta. The name Kasuti is derived from the words Kai (meaning hand) and Suti (meaning cotton), indicating an activity that is done using cotton and hands. Kasuti is a the most intricate traditional form of embroidery practiced in the state of Karnataka, India.
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Kasutiis a the most intricate traditional form of embroidery practised in the state of Karnataka, India. The patterns are stitched without using knots to ensure that both sides of the cloth look alike Kasuti work which is very intricate sometimes involves putting up to 5,000 stitches by hand