India's Handicraft

An initiative to support local Indian Weavers Community ,We are proud to promote our local craft and art of India's to global stage,Its Time to Go #Vocalforlocal #MakeinIndia

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The Story behind making of Kosa Craft and fabric process

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  • kosa tussar silk sarees designs 2022 by doridhaga

    Kosa /Tussar Silk

    Known the world over for its soft texture and purity, this version of Tussar silk is produced exclusively in India. Known for its dull golden brownish look, it is available naturally in shades of pale golden, dark honey, orange, fawn, cream and many more; all similar to the description of dull golden brown.

  • Bagh print cotton sarees madhya pradesh by doridhagaa


    Bagh prints are made by hand applying natural and vegetable based dyes using carved wood relief blocks. Red and black dyes are most common, but indigo, mustard, and khaki dyes are also used. New blocks for printing are hand carved from teak or sheesham wood, but some blocks have been in use for 200 – 300 years.

  • ajrakh block printing technique by doridhaga


    Ajrak is the name of a block printed cloth with deep crimson red and indigo blue background, bearing symmetrical patterns with interspersed unprinted sparkling white motifs

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Traditional Yet Modern

Our Designs are a path to explore the traditional style with a touch of modern looks to pair you with Handwoven styles to hold a timeless charm!

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