Bandhani Saree

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  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Red & Black  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Gray & Blue  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Pink Red & Blue  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Mahendi Green & Blue  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Green & Red  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Wine Red & Green  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Golden Yellow & Blue  1100.00

    Dual Color Bandhani With White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Red  1950.00

    In Red Color Bandhani White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Bandhej Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Parrot Green  1950.00

    In Parrot Green Color Bandhani White Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Bandhej Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

  • Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Violet  1950.00

    In Violet Color Bandhani White Dot  Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

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    Bandhani Tie & Dye Satin Cotton Saree - Dark Blue  1950.00

    Dark Blue Dot Single Color Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

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    Bandhani Tie – Dye Handloom Cotton Saree - Dark Blue  2550.00

    Dark Blue Color Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

    Out of stock

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    Bandhani Tie – Dye Handloom Cotton Saree - Sky Blue  2550.00

    Blue Color Dot Scattered in beautiful patterns on Cotton Satin Saree Handcrafted by Kutch Artisan

    The “Bandhani” name is derived from the Sanskrit word bandhana, which literally translates to tying together. The bandhani fabric, an ancient tie-and-dye technique indigenous to the western Indian state of Gujarat and certain communities in neighboring Rajasthan, holds a special place in the rich Indian textile industry. Kalasar brings you this beautiful fabric from the Kutch, Gujarat.

    Bandhani, an ancient Indian technique of tie-and-dye involves two stages, as the process would seem like, tying sections of a length of cloth (silk or cotton) and then dunking it into vats of colors.  Bandhani, despite being a fabric that follows an old technique, has evolved in certain aspects to fit with changing tastes.

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