Qulamdani Rust Kurta set
The kurta set is crafted in printed raw silk fabric and is paired with a tussar silk sharara and an organza jacquard dupatta. It has dabka work on the neckline. Make a wise choice, refer to our size guide below and pick the best fit.
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An elegant print story inspired by the exquisite craftsmanship native to Kashmir.
Dry Clean Only
We hope you love our products as much as we love creating it for you, but if you change your mind for any reason, don't worry, we have it sorted. We offer 30 days of exchange and return policy on this product. Click to know more about our Returns and exchange Policies Also, Please note there may be a slight variation in the product color due to photographic lighting sources or the display brightness of your device.
It is believed that the craft of Kar-i-qalamdani the skill of pen craftsmanship was introduced in Kashmir in the fifteenth century when the then King Ghiyas-ud-Din Zain-ul-Abideen invited artists from Persia to settle in Srinagar, the capital city of his kingdom. On a prepared base of papier-mâché, the artists hand-painted minute, fine arabesque style patterns, vistas and scenes. Inspired by the now perishing art, our collection Qalamdaani unravels the essence of Kashmiri craftsmanship rendered as digital prints in delightful pastel palettes.
Kalp Haat. Autumn Winter'21
We drop the curtain on pieces of our collective identity through impassioned dances, meticulously crafted paintings, and immaculate detailing. Kalp Haat is a celebration of the different forms of expression that help us tell the tale of India, through our design collections.