Handwoven, soft and lustrous Odisha Ghicha silk saree in onion purple with light green temple border.
Famous across east of India, Ghicha/Khewa are the names given to yarns that are remains from Assamese Eri silk or Tussar silk.
Ghicha is the name given to yarns that are not dyed when Tussar silk is reeled. It is obtained from cocoons which do not get included due to the cocoon being pierced, cut or damaged. These cocoons are segregated and separately dealt with by pulling out threads slowly by hand and reeling onto earthen pots. This when spun gives a coarser to fine variety of fabric yarn.
Ghicha silk fabric is coarse, but surprisingly smooth to the touch. Ghicha has the same characteristics of cotton and yet it exuberates the lustrous silk sheen.
Our master weavers from Odisha take anywhere between 30 to 45 days to weave a single ghicha silk saree.
Stands for "mine" in Malayalam, in its most loving form, Ende festive collection shows the connect between the wearer and her prized piece of nine yards of grace..
Fabric: Handwoven Ghicha silk
Size: Standard Saree Length
Gently hand wash in cold water, and air dry the saree in shade. Iron in medium heat only.
Every piece is designed and crafted by hand. Any unevenness in texture or embroidery is not a defect, but a characteristic of the handwoven product and a part of the process, that makes it unique. We do not mass produce our clothes- each piece is specially tailored for you.
We will dispatch your box of happiness within 5- 15 days of your order being placed.