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Mustard orange color Hubli saree from the weavers at the handwoven hub of Gajendragarh, Karnataka. The age old hubli saree has been revived with special features like the reversible nature having two different pallus on either side and easy drape borders rendering it to be ready to wear. All features are designed for and skillfully woven on a handloom. The traditional gayathri border stripes were inspired by flowers and add beautiful detailing to the simplicity of this saree. This particular saree is designed with a plain body interwoven with red cotton yarn on the warp and orange yarn on the weft giving a nice dhoop chaav effect (double shade). The speciality of the orange borders are the woven designs inspired by the traditional gayathri ilkal patterns. Bright red weft stripes are woven for the saree. Flaunt this saree with a contrast printed blouse for an incredible attire.
Punarjeevana, which translates as rebirth, is a revival initiative of the age old Patteda Anchu and North Karnataka sarees by Dr. Hemalatha Jain. A designer and researcher, Dr. Hemalatha has done extensive work to develop the lost art of North Karnataka sarees and strives to keep the traditions of hand-weaving alive.
Length x width: 6 meters x 44 inches
* warp - 20's X 40's * Weft - 30's
Blouse piece: Not available
•Suggested dry cleaning.
•Wash dark and light colors separately.
•Do not squeeze or wring.
•Dry in shade.
•Store in clean and dry place, away from insects, dust, excessive light & moisture.
•Color hues may vary from that which appears in the image due to photographic lighting sources and monitor screen settings.
•Minor irregularities is the uniqueness of handlooms & makes each piece exquisite.