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Printed Kota Silk Saree With Floral Motifs & Zari Border 10028060
Khoj

Item Code: KHOSASA10028060
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Product Details
  • Material - Silk
  • Technique - Printed, Fancy Printed
  • Care/Wash Instructions - Dry Clean/ Handwash With Mild Shampoo.(No Soap)
  • Comments - This Saree is a Sheer Transparent Saree. This Saree Contains Half Fine Gold Zari.
  • Colour Details - Green, Blue
Measurements

Length - 5.4 mts, Width - 44 in, Border Width - 2 cms, Blouse - 80 cms

Weight - 190 gms

About the Brand

Khoj

The story of Khoj!


On a six-acre plot preserved like a jungle, seated amidst hundreds of indigenous trees and flowers, with over 70 varieties of birds, lives Kavita Sanghi, the lady who created the Maheshwari clothing label Khoj. Kavita draws heavily from Nature for her designs. Best known for its trademark, forest-inspired block prints on classic Maheshwaris, Khoj was born nearly 30 years ago, when Kavita desired to help weavers in Maheshwar sell their products better by taking the Maheshwari beyond traditional saris to other apparel like salwar suits and scarves. Kavita’s fabrics are sourced mostly from Raigarh and Maheshwar, and block-printed with natural pigments in Indore.

Story

Kota

Kota Saris popularly known as “Kota Doria” are almost transparent saris made from pure cotton or silk.  This saris gets its name from the town of “Kota” where it was initially woven. These beautiful saris are soft to touch and have serrated edges.  They are woven on traditional pit looms and the fabric is woven in such a way that it has as square checks patterning.   Traditional Kota Saris were woven using a blend of cotton & silk.  The cotton gave these saris their strength and the silk gave them a sheen


The Material is now using in Saris, Salwar Suits & Apparel and there are 3 different variants – printed kotas, woven kotas and zari embellished Kota.