The base fabric of this dupatta is made from Gajji Silk. Gajji silk is known for its lustrous sheen, soft texture, and durability. It provides a luxurious feel and a graceful drape, making it a perfect choice for special occasions.
The entire dupatta is adorned with intricate tie-dye patterns created using the Bandhani technique. Bandhani involves tying small sections of the fabric with fine threads before dyeing it. These tied sections resist the dye, resulting in mesmerizing and intricate patterns that often resemble stars, dots, or even elaborate motifs. The tie-dye work on this dupatta reflects the skill and craftsmanship of Kutch artisans, with designs that are a testament to their centuries-old traditions.
To enhance the beauty and elegance of the dupatta, it is adorned with a Zari border. Zari is a metallic thread, typically made of gold or silver, and its incorporation adds a touch of opulence and sophistication to the garment. The Zari border can feature intricate patterns, paisley motifs, or floral designs, all meticulously woven into the fabric.
A traditional dupatta is typically a long and rectangular piece of fabric, measuring around 2.5 to 3 meters in length and 1 meter in width. These dimensions make it versatile and allow for various draping styles.
A Traditional Kutch Bandhani Tie-Dye Gajji Silk Dupatta with a Zari Border can be paired with various traditional Indian outfits like sarees, lehengas, anarkalis, or even with simpler ensembles to add a touch of elegance. It can be draped over the shoulders or wrapped around the body in different ways, allowing for versatile styling options.In summary, this traditional dupatta is a work of art, blending the rich heritage of Kutch Bandhani tie-dye techniques with the luxury of Gajji silk and the ornate beauty of a Zari border. It's a piece that not only adds glamour to one's attire but also carries the essence of Indian culture and craftsmanship.
Dimensions: 2.5 Meter
Care Instructions: Dry Clean