Fine quality traditional chanderi silk-cotton pure handloom zari buta dupatta with intricate zari weaving by master artisan Rauph Khan. Chanderi silks are known for its gossamer looks and amazing feel. Chanderi weaving is practiced in the historic town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh. The buttis or motifs on chanderi blend are primarily hand woven on handloom, with the use of needles. Separate needles are used to create different motifs.
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Rauph Khan comes from a family of Chanderi weavers from Chanderi which has around 4000 families involved in chanderi weaving. Chanderi fabric is also known for its transparency, butis and sheer texture. Lately Chanderi fabric also became one of the most sought after material in designer circuit. Rauph's family has been witness to the journey of Chanderi since beginning.
Rauph Khan is from the chanderi weaving family in Chanderi, where there are about 4,000 families involved in Chanderi weaving. Chanderi fabric is also known for its transparency and sheer texture. In recent years, Chanderi fabric has become one of the most requested materials in the design industry. Rauph's family witnessed Chanderi's journey from the very beginning. It's a tradition passed from generation to generation. Providing first-class products/services and maintaining a positive customer experience are their main focuses. Their Chanderi weaved stoles, dupattas, and Sarees are the most eye-catching.
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