This vibrant handwoven Tussar silk dupatta with contemporary patterns has been handwoven in Madhya Pradesh. It is a perfect accessory to liven up your ethnic attire this season. Dupattas are now the new canvas of art representation, they have the power to transform a simple outfit into a gorgeous splendour.
Handwoven Tussar silk Dupatta in purple colour with orange temple border
Length of dupatta – 2.5m
‘Tussar’ silk is also referred as ‘wild’ silk as it is obtaines from local trees. It is more textured, porous and breathable than other silks, hence it can be worn in the summers too. ‘Kosa’ is the Snaskrit name of Tussar.
India is the main producer of Tussar silk. Producing Tussar is a rural art. Traditionally, the women of the tribal and rural areas were trained in weaving silk out of cocoons and weaving fabrics out of the threads.
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