Rogan yellow printed kurta set
The printed kurta is crafted in digitally printed raw silk fabric with cord embroidery along the yoke. The kurta is paired with a printed pant in cotton satin and a contrasting digitally printed dupatta in organza with handcrafted tassels along the edges. Make a wise choice, refer to our size guide below and pick the best fit.
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Vibrant festive ensembles with cord embroidery and digital prints in raw silk fabric.
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.
This season, the Saundh Woman rediscovers her creative soul by diving into the heritage crafts and cultural experiences of a bygone era. She explores the potpourri of sounds, sights, and smells, that is India through her travels.
Kalp Haat. Autumn Winter'21
Rogan finds its origins in Persia, and was brought to Kutch around 400 years ago. Rogan, meaning oil in Persian, is a form of textile painting which uses a rich, brightly coloured paint made from castor oil, a local crop, and natural colors. It was a seasonal art, with most of the work taking place during the several months when most weddings take place. We bring you our festive collection featuring print story inspired by these colourful designs rendered as digitally on luxe fabrics.