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kalamkari is a type of hand-painted or block-printed cotton textile, produced in parts of India and in Iran. The art comes from Andhra Pradesh. The motifs depict Hindu Mythology.

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Blue Handwoven Katan Silk Kadhuan Brocade Saree

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Blue Handwoven Katan Silk Kadhuan Brocade Saree

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Purple Handwoven Katan Silk Jamawar Saree

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Purple Handwoven Katan Silk Jamawar Saree

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Maroon Handwoven Katan Silk Paithani Saree

The saree features the Paithani handloom weaving technique, where makes generous use of fine zari yarns to weave the border and the pallu. The designs often feature lotuses, flowering vines, peacocks and parrots.

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Maroon Handwoven Katan Silk Paithani Saree

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Pink Handwoven Katan Silk Cutwork Brocade Saree

The saree features the Cutwork Brocade handloom weaving technique, where the floating extra-wefts used to create the motifs are neatly clipped at the back, giving the motifs an embossed look.

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Pink Handwoven Katan Silk Cutwork Brocade Saree

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