Fine quality shibori tie-dye pure cotton scarf from Jahota, Rajasthan. This scarf is hand dyed using shibori tie and dye technique in which the fabric is tied using clamp or stitches in the required design and the pattern is dyed.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents. Avoid soaking for too long.
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Shibori Tie & Dye
Shibori is a very well-known dyeing craft technique that involves folding, twisting, or bunching cloth and binding it, and after that dyeing it in indigo and other colors. It is practiced in Delhi, Gujarat, and Rajasthan.
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Wool is a classic for scarves because of its warmth and durability. It's also breathable, which means it's super water-resistant and wicks away moisture.
When wearing a scarf, you can protect your neck easily and comfortably. You can also protect your nose and ears when the collar of your jacket is not reaching. Another reason why scarves are such an important accessory is that when you breathe in freezing cold air, your lungs are exposed to cold air.
For women, wearing a scarf has the same meaning as men wearing a tie, it is a form of communication to assert someone's style and status or to express their personality and even to manifest their beliefs, whether political or religious.
In ancient Rome, men wore it as a `sweat towel` to keep sweat cool and dry. In the Far East, military personnel wore shawls to indicate rank. About the soldiers of the Terracotta Warriors who lived over 200 BC.