Fine quality special handspun pochampally ikat pure mulberry silk handloom dupatta from Telangana. Ikat (Ikkat) is a dyeing technique used to pattern textiles that employs a resist dyeing process similar to tie-dye on either the warp or weft fibers prior to dyeing. Ikat has lovely patterns and are world famous for their extremely beautiful colors, texture and designs. Indian Ikat is always admired by the fashion designers around the world. A masterful craftsmanship by the national award winner Padmashree Gajam Govardhana.
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Govardhan has been one of the finest masters involved in producing Ikat tye and dye fabrics from Andhra. A.G. Govardhan won the Padma Shree award in 2011 for Ikkat Handloom Weaving. Govardhan is a master weaver and national award winner, from Andhra Pradesh. Born in a family that has been into weaving for the last 75 years, Govardhan's métier is telia rumaal, a textile craft that earlier involved vegetable dye
Originally from Andhra Pradesh, A. G. Govardhan is a craftsman specializing in Ikkat hand looms, which have been practiced in the state for many years. Born into a traditional weaver family that has been weaving Ikkat for the past 75 years. Providing first-class products/services and maintaining a positive customer experience are their main focuses. The authenticity of wool shawls is AG Govardhan's unique selling point. The artistry of his work is so outstanding that no one today can surpass him in Ikat Craft. They make their products in a way that promotes freedom, nobility, and sustainability. iTokri is very happy to work with him on their traditional ideology.
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