Sohrai Khovar Printed Ivory Tunic
The tunic is crafted in digitally printed fine muslin silk, this featherweight tunic features beadwork, conch shells, and tassels along the empire line.
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Saundh has a unique collection of Indian and indo-western women's wear. The styles and prints you find at Saundh are rare and beautiful.
The name Khovar is derived from two words: kho or koh (meaning: a cave) and var (meaning: husband). Symbolizing abundance, fertility, the mural-making takes place each spring during the harvest and marriage season.
Dry Clean Only
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Khovar art was traditionally used for decorating the marriage chamber of the bride and groom, and it usually depicts the animals and plants of neighbouring forests and valleys. The collection inspired by this art brings out the graphic details in bold digital prints highlighted with delicate mirror work, and intricate thread embroidery.
Kalp Haat AW'21
This season, the Saundh Woman rediscovers her creative soul by diving into the past-heritage crafts and cultural experiences of a bygone era. She explores the potpourri of sounds, sights, and smells, that is India through her travels.