Dupatta (alternative names orni/odhni, chunri, chunni, orna, and pacheri) is a long, multi-purpose scarf that is essential to many South Asian women’s suits and matches the woman’s garments. the lenght is of 2.50 meter and width ’36 inch’.The dupatta is also worn over the South Asian outfits of choli or gharara. The dupatta has long been a symbol of modesty in South Asian dress.
A dupatta is traditionally worn across both shoulders. However, the dupatta can be worn like a cape around the entire torso. The material for the dupatta varies according to the suit: cotton, silk, chenderi, and more.
Dupatta Chanderi Bagru Dabu Print(with tassels)
‘Chanderi is name of village where this Duptta are produced or weaved . Duptta Chander is mixture of half silk and half cotton .this is handloom Duptta. its light in weight. it is available in colour and kora (cream base) with jari and cotton border. on this process of hand block print is carried out with vegetative dyes that are sourced from plants and other natural mineral extracts. Each of these Duptta is manually printed using wooden blocks.
Dupatta Kota Doria Bagru Dabu Print
Kota doria or Kota Dupatta made at Kota, Rajasthan, its nearby area.’Kota’ is place name.Dupatta are made of pure cotton and have square like patterns known as khats on them. This is Handloom Dupatta. They are very fine weaves and weigh very less. The delicately wrought checks are locally known as khats. on Kota Doria Dupatta we print with natural colour and dyes with traditional wooden blocks.
Dupatta Mul Cotton Bagru print
Mul mul is fine cotton cloth. its very soft and light weight. it weaved on 100×120 count. its very popular. and on this cloth we print with natural colour and dyes with traditional wooden blocks .most of them have cream base. Mul Cotton Dupatta is perfect definition of simplicity. These Dupatta are available in different design print , eye-catching colors, suiting variegated of choices of the clients.
DupattaTasar Silk Handloom Bagru Dabu Print (with tassels)
Indian traditional tasar which is produced by the silkworm. weaved in Chhatisgarh /M.P.: Champa. on this Hand Block Print process took place . This is printed using vegetative dyes that are sourced from plants and other natural mineral extracts. Each of these Dupatta is manually printed using wooden blocks. Tussar silk is famous for its rich texture and characteristic golden color.