Bandhej Stoles and Dupattas

Bandhej Tie and dye, or "Bandhani", is derived from Sanskrit word 'bandh", meaning 'to tie' and is one of the most popular and widespread textile arts of India extending across the country from the states of Gujarat and Rajasthan. It refers to the small dot found in the centre of square or circle motifs, caused by the penetration of the dye. The lack of this dot indicates that a tie and dye item was mechanically-printed and not produced using traditional Indian techniques.
We bring you Bandhej handwoven woolen stoles from Kutch region of Gujarat. These stoles are 80 inches long and 24 inches wide and provide you with a classy yet warm look.

HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole picture

HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole

900 | Out of stock
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HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole picture

HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole

900 | Out of stock
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HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole picture

HandWoven Kutch Pure Wool Bandhani Stole

900 | Out of stock
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