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Banarasi From Angadi Silks

Opulent and evergreen – the Banarasi saree is one of India’s finest textile traditions. At Angadi Silks Read More

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Bandhini From Angadi Silks

Derived from the Sanskrit word ‘bandha’, this is a form of tie and dye, which is mainly found in Rajasthan Read More

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Gadwal From Angadi Silks

Legend has it that the Gadwal’s famed weavers are the descendents of Jiveshwar Maharaj – Read More

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Chikankari From Angadi Silks

The name Chikan has been derived from the Persian word Chakin or Chikeen meaning a cloth Read More

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Dhakai Jamdani From Angadi Silks

The traditional art of weaving Jamdani has been declared by UNESCO as a masterpiece of theRead More

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Ikkat From Angadi Silks

The Ikkat is one of the oldest forms of textile decoration. Though it derives its name from an Read More

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Kalamkari From Angadi Silks

India’s tryst with craftsmanship is showcased in the exquisite collection of Kalamkari at Angadi Silks.Read More

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Kanjivaram From Angadi Silks

The strong patronage of the Chola Dynasty made the Tanjore District amongst the largest traditional silkRead More

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Kantha From Angadi Silks

Kantha is a type of embroidery practised by rural women in Bangladesh, West Bengal and OrissaRead More

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Kota Doria From Angadi Silks

Woven in the Kota and Bundi districts of Rajasthan, Kota Doria saris have a delicate, net-like plain Read More

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Phulia From Angadi Silks

Until a few years ago the Phulia cluster was known for its cotton saris and exclusive hand woven scarves Read More

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