Bottle Green Pure Silk Banarasi Handloom Mehraab Boota Dupatta
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Khinkhwab brings you exclusive Katan range that is sure to make you fall in love with.
This elegant Handloom Banarasi Silk dupatta in bottle green color has Mehraab Bootas in Jangla work all over . It is just the right pick to make a stunning statement at your next gathering.
Mehraab means prayer niche in the qiblah wall (that facing Mecca) of a mosque. Mehraab vary in size but are usually ornately decorated. Most prayer rugs have a Mehraab, a segment of the design shaped like a niche. Before kneeling, the user places the rug so that the Mehraab is facing Mecca.
Jangla dupattas crafted with colorful silk threads to give the dupatta a heavy look specially made for festivities.
Adding traditional hues to your closet is this stunning ethereal Banarasi Dupatta in Katan Silk with jaal work in gold and silver (sona rupa) zari all over
Match it up with any plain kurta and be festive ready.
Fabric: Pure Katan silk
Weave- Banarasi Golden zari work. Jangla work all over.
Length – 2.5 meters
Not available to ship in India.
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There may be slight color variations due to photographic reasons.
This is a hand-woven product, and any irregular weaving or pattern should not be considered a defect. These irregularities make every handloom piece unique.