Fine quality handwoven silk cotton dupatta made using a special weaving technique called tangaliya. Tangaliya weaving, also known as Daana weaving is practiced in Surendranagar district of Gujarat. Mainly practiced by the Dangasia community, this form of weaving requires high skill level and an eye for accuracy. Tangaliya is a labor-intensive and painstaking process. Tiny dots of extra weft are twisted around a number of warp threads, giving an effect of bead embroidery to the fabric.
Dry cleaning suggested or gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents, avoid soaking for too long.
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