Beautiful Handcrafted Sarees from across India

Chikankari Blouse Fabrics

Chikan, in the literal sense means ’embroidery’. This traditional embroidery style is one of Lucknow’s most ancient and well-known art forms, believed to be introduced by the Mughals. The simple and precise handwork on the garment, gives it a very subtle, classy feel that modern embroidery techniques lack. 

Mrignayani- Collection of Mukaish work Dupattas

Mukaish  work is a form of embellishment work in which strips of metallic wire are inserted into the fabric and then twisted to create metallic embroidery. This type of embroidery involves twisting thin metallic threads to create patterns all over the fabric. 


Collection of Tied and Dyed Bandhej Sarees

Hand Painted Kalamkari

Kalamkari as the name goes is an art form done of fabric with the help of a makeshift Pen. Kalam means Pen and Kari means art. Earlier the craft was more inspired by Hindu mythological which over a period of time has included florals and other modernized themes. Pen Kalamkari is done in Srikalahasti , also a holy town in Andhra Pradesh.

Bagru and Dabu

Bagru printing is a traditional block printing technique that is done using natural colours, is a craft practiced by the Chippa community of Rajasthan. Dabru prints, on the other hand, are created using a special resist technique.


Ajrak is a block-printed textile that is resist-dyed using natural dyes. including indigo and madder. It is made by Khatris community in Kutch, Gujarat and is distinguished by its color- blue with red - and its complex geometric & floral patterns

ROOHI- New Collection

Roohi is a collection of beautiful Semi Silk Sarees to match the style and comfort of today's women


Bagh printing in Madhya Pradesh is a specialised form of wooden hand-block printing, originally practised across the regions in the Indus Valley. The Khatri community of dyers of cloth lived along the Sindhu, or the Indus, because of their need for plenty of clear water to wash and prepare their textiles. The area included what later became Pakistan and India. They claim their history goes back 1000 years. A branch of the Khatris became settlers in the village of Bagh in Dhar district of Madhya Pradesh.


A collection of floral prints on Silk Cotton in an array of sober colours. These floral prints are timeless and never go out of fashion. The saree looks outstanding with that soft Zari border.

Kota Doria

Kota Doria, also called Kota Dori, is a distinctive woven fabric with a unique square-checked pattern crafted on fine silk, cotton or a blend of these two fibres. The cotton provides strength to the fabric, while silk makes it more lustrous and lends it a softer touch.

Cotton and Linen

A beautiful, handpicked collection of timeless Cotton and Linen Sarees

Tussar Silk

Beautiful Handwoven Silk from the Eastern parts of India

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