Rust Brown saree with typical Gajendragad border that has rich Maroon and Silver border. The second pallu has Mustard and Brown hue
Rust Brown saree with typical Gajendragad border that has rich Maroon and Silver border. The second pallu has Mustard and Brown hue.
Gajendragad is a lesser known town of Gadag district of North Karnataka. Gajendragad weaves do not enjoy the popularity of Ilkal sarees, but truly deserve to be celebrated. The fine cotton sarees in brilliant hues can be worn however one likes as they're reversible and have double pallus; at each end of the Saree, there's a pallu. Versatility thy name is Gajendragad Saree.
Gajendragad weaves hand picked that are elegant and easy to drape. The vibrance of these sarees is spell-binding. They have a great height and are 6.25 meters in length. They have no running blouse-piece and can be teamed with existing blouses from your wardrobe.
Note: The saree has been modeled for reference purpose only.
Color may slightly vary due to lighting difference.
Wash separately in mild detergent or soapnut powder, with cool water and dry in shade, preferably. If it is being sun-dried, remove it immediately after it dries; the harsh sun can fade a saree.
The saree does not need ironing if it dries without any creases.
Dry clean is a great option ,too if easily available.