Fine quality kutchi bandhani tie-dye modal silk zari checks dupatta featuring majestic bandhani pattern, tie-dyed using the traditional technique practised by the artisans of Kutch. The art of bandhani (bandhej) is highly skilled process. The technique involves dyeing a fabric which is tied tightly with a thread at several points. Very silky and smooth feel. Modal silk is a soft, shiny and highly lustrous fabric, achieved through interlacing modal fibers and silk yarns. it has opulence of silk and the comfort of cotton modal is a fine and soft textured weave.
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Bandhani Tye & Dye
Bandhani originated around 5000 years ago making it one of the oldest crafts of Gujarat, that is still widely practiced as a famous tye-and-dye technique. The word `Bandhani` is derived from the word `Bandhan` which means tying up.