Fine quality kalamkari handblock printed natural dyed pure cotton multipupose shopping bag skillfully crafted by the artisans of Pedana, Andhra Pradesh. Showcasing an assortment of hand block printed motifs inspired by traditional kalamkari paintings. Kalamkari is the earliest and more complex techniques of block-printing.
Gentle hand wash separately in cold water with mild/liquid detergents, excess natural colours may bleed when washed for the first time. Avoid soaking for too long.
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Srinivas is one of the only artisans in the country who still follows the original technique of hand-block printed Kalamkari and since Srinivas took over the workshop from his father Pitchuka Veera Subbaiah, he has been struggling to keep the original art form, which dates back to the 11th and 12th century, alive and intact.
Pitchuka Srinivas is a well-known Kalamkari master artisan and always had a keen interest in art since his childhood days. After his father's demise, he completely went into Kalamkari and dedicated his whole life to it. His son Varun supports him in his venture and now they're proudly a team of 20 skilled artisans who have taken Kalamkari Art to an international level. Using Natural dyes and classical techniques, he has perfected the craft of Kalamkari. He is highly popular as the last kalamkari craftsman who is fighting to preserve the original handmade form of the Kalamkari craft. The originality in his work is so eye-catching that no one can beat him in Kalamkari Craft today.
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The shoulder bag is small enough to fit comfortably under your arm and is designed to carry all your essentials (purse, lipstick, sunglasses, phone, etc) all day long.
You should regularly move your bag from your left hand to your right hand or shoulder. Putting too much weight on one side of the body for a long period of time causes the spine to bend, causing symptoms of back pain.
Perhaps the first difference between a handbag and a shoulder bag is the size, and that's what people think of first when talking about it. Another difference is in the number of straps, and although a shoulder bag can sometimes have two, it usually has one, while a handbag has two.