Exclusive sanganeri block printed handspun handwoven 50% pure mulberry silk x 50% cotton dupatta. This material is produced sustainably on an organic Mulberry plantation. There are no chemicals used. The cocoons are hand reared, handspun, handwoven. The warp is double taani; the weft is double bharni. The loom is a pit loom. The plantation is in Katihar Bihar; handspun in Malda and handwoven in Margram.
Mulberry silk known for its shine and softness. It is one of the most renowned and popular forms of Silk, particularly when it comes to textiles. Sanganeri is a hand-block printing technique originating from Sanganer, a village in the southern part of Jaipur, Rajasthan. Bleed free VAT dyes used.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Avoid soaking for too long.
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SANTOSH KUMAR DHANOPIA is an eminent Person involved in manufacturing an eye-catching collection of Hand Block Printing. He has inherited this traditional craft from his ancestors and developers himself to be an excellent craftsman in Hand Printed Textile and produced various beautiful designs on sarees, suit-sets, stoles, dupattas and scarves etc. Mr. Santosh's family has been practicing this art form since their fifth generations. He is now introducing new designs with the traditional touch. He is also working hard to protect this dying art by teaching this art to as many people as possible. Dhanopia received the Presidential National Award for his excellence in Hand Printed Textile in the year 2005.