Handcrafted in the soil of Bagru, Rajasthan, this Mul cotton Saree speaks about the skill and hardwork of our artisan making it unique with impeccable finish and feel. The fabric is first soaked in harda – a natural mordant made from the myrobalan fruit, which also binds color to the fabric and gives it a distinct yellowish color. The color red is achieved by boiling alum and tamarind seeds, while for black color is extracted by fermenting jaggery powder with iron rust. The entire process has extremely low carbon footprint because of complete use of naturally sourced dyeing and mordanting ingredients. Bagru Hand Block Print Mul cotton saree have been crafted using a combination of highly skilled labor, hand block printing and beautiful motifs. Celebrate soulful artistry and ornate detailing with the classic pieces.
Wash Care : Dry clean is suggested but hand wash also works with mild detergent and cold water. Do not soak. Do not Bleach. Dry in shade.
Additional Information Our products are handcrafted and hand printed by skilled artisans. Slight irregularities and deviation in motifs, texture, and colour if any, are identity of handcrafted products. Appreciate the beauty that lies in imperfections.
The actual colour of the product may vary slightly due to different screen brightness. colours also tend to look slightly brighter in photos due to camera lights.