Naturally dyed deep Mustard Yellow saree with Indigo border.
Has a running blouse piece.
The elegant Bhujodi sarees come from Bhuj of Kutch. The weavers that migrated from Rajasthan to Gujarat long ago, settled in Kutch and kept their textile art alive. Bhujodi Sarees are rich not only in colours but in symbolism and usage of motifs. Bhujodi saree takes 10-15 days to be woven.
The highlight of the saree is it's pallu which sometimes carries codes of architecture plan of Temples of their interest.
The weavers employ Kala cotton or organic cotton to weave each unique heirloom
Organic Kala Cotton
These Motifs Take a lot of precision and skill to be achieved. Those big Rangoli like Motifs are known as Dhulki.
The saree was procured directly from a weaver and the saree had tassel breaks which is why we have lowered the selling price significantly. The end can be easily pico'd.