Saura Grey printed Saree
Crafted in cotton silk fabric the saree features digitally iterations of motifs inspired by tribal art forms. The saree features elegant detailing along the edges and handcrafted tassels on the pallu. The Unstitched Raw silk blouse has beautiful handwork detailing. The length of the saree is 5.5 meters.
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A tribal art form from eastern India, Saura art started with its ritualistic beginnings on village homes walls to become one of the most beautiful artforms. Inspired by the flamboyant and edgy tribal art we bring you a collection that celebrates digitally printed art highlighted with intricate details like gota applique, handcrafted tassels, and thread embroidery.
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.
With simple forms and figures that come together to compose intricate narratives in very few colours, the captivating art of the Sauras, has told the story of the tribe for hundreds of years. Folk art draws heavily from forest life. Inspired by the flamboyant and edgy tribal art we bring you a collection that celebrates digitally printed art highlighted with intricate details like mirror work, handcrafted tassels, and thread embroidery.
Kalp Haat AW'21
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