Bhujodi saree - Organic Kala Cotton - Pink
Made by : Mavjibhai Vankar. ( Last picture in the series shows where he spends his whole day :) )
SHIPPING INFO: Dispatched in 2 to 3 business days. Exchange accepted within 7 days of delivery. Cancellation requests will be accepted strictly within 24 hours of placing the order only.
MEASUREMENTS: Width – 49in, Length- 6.5 mtrs ( including blouse piece )
Time taken to weave this saree - More than 2 weeks
MATERIAL(S): Organic Kala Cotton.
CARE: Dry Clean / Hand wash
Extra Blouse Piece - we have matched bright color handloom south cotton blouse piece of 90 cms
Kacchi Kala Cotton Sarees:
In a world that values sustainability and craftsmanship, Kala Cotton woven Bhujodi sarees stand as a testament to the beauty of traditional weaving techniques and the importance of eco-conscious choices. Embrace the heritage, elegance, and comfort of these sarees, where every thread tells a story of cultural richness and artisanal skill
Immerse yourself in the timeless elegance and sustainable luxury of Kala Cotton woven Bhujodi sarees. Hailing from the vibrant region of Bhujodi in Gujarat, India, these sarees encapsulate the artistry of skilled weavers and the organic richness of Kala Cotton.
These sarees are one of a kind and thoroughly sustainable and an example of slow living.
The Kala cotton fabric has a coarse texture but is lighter. The Saree doesn't have any shine as may reflect in image .
Material: Crafted from hand-spun Kala Cotton, known for its short staple length and indigenous roots, these sarees showcase the beauty of sustainable and eco-friendly textiles. The cotton is cultivated in the arid regions of Kachchh using traditional rain-fed methods, contributing to the uniqueness and resilience of this fabric.
Weaving Technique: Bhujodi, a renowned weaving village, lends its name to these sarees. The intricate weaving technique involves traditional pit looms, where skilled artisans meticulously create patterns and textures that narrate tales of the region's rich cultural heritage. The patterns often include geometric motifs, traditional tribal designs, and intricate borders.
The blouse worn in pic is for reference purpose only and does not come with saree.