Handwoven and naturally dyed Khadi cotton drape in soft peach adorned with hand embroidered white Jamdani floral motifs, tasseled ends and a thin dark peach border.
Khadi Cotton has been known as the 'fabric of Indian independence', since 1918.
Right from harvesting the Khadi cotton cloth, removing seeds & separating the fibres, to spinning, dyeing & weaving - everything is done by hand.
Khadi is both handspun and handwoven, which makes it a time intensive craft. Just the refining of raw cotton takes about two weeks to a month, while another month is spent in spinning it into threads - adding upto a total of 5-6 months to weave a single saree.
In Jamdani, motifs are inlaid into the fabric by adding a denser thread to fine warp threads by hand. This process is considered to be one of the most advanced hand weaving techniques in the world.
Our weavers from the Bengal cluster have been in the tradition of weaving for several generations.
This process is so time intensive that on a usual day, an artisan can weave only upto between a quarter and one inch of fabric. The creation of Jamdani weaves requires 2-3 weavers and anywhere between 1 week and 1 month to finish.
Stands for "mine" in Malayalam, in its most loving form, Endé’s collection shows the connect between the wearer and her prized piece of nine yards of grace.
Fabric: Handwoven cotton
Size: Standard Saree Length with running blouse piece
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.