Kala Cotton Bhujodi Shawl


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Red Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl With Yellow And Green Border

Red Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl With Yellow And Green Border

USD 99 (-1%)
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Red Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl With Green And Yellow Border

Red Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl With Green And Yellow Border

USD 99 (-1%)
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Off White Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Off White Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 29 (-1%)
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Red And Yellow Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Red And Yellow Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 29 (-1%)
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Navy Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Navy Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 99 (-1%)
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Red And Black Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Red And Black Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 59 (-1%)
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Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 59 (-1%)
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Dark Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

Dark Blue Kala Cotton Bhujodi Handspun Shawl

USD 69 (-1%)

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What is kala cotton?

Kala cotton is one of the few genetically pure cotton species remaining in India. Grown in Kutch, Gujarat, this cotton is an example of the original and pure old world cotton of India. For this collection, we have sourced this premium organic cotton straight from Kutch to make it a part of your wardrobe. Therefore, when you drape on a kala cotton stole, you will be wearing one of the last few examples of old world cotton in India and across the world, making each piece one-of-a-kind, unique one.

 

Handspun in Bhujodi

The 500-year-old village of Bhujodi in Kutch is famous all over the world for its skilled weavers. In this major textile centre of India, weaving is the basis of identity and tradition. For this collection, we have sourced genuine kala cotton that was handspun by these famous weavers of Bhujodi to create gorgeous stoles. This makes this collection a very unique one – not to mention an inherently Indian one too.

 

Sustainable fashion

The production of kala cotton is an example of sustainable fashion that is a major buzzword today in the industry today, and for good reason. The kala cotton crops are grown using no chemical pesticides or synthetic fertilizers, making them totally organic. These rainfed crops give rise to strong cotton fibres that we have used to craft the sarees in this collection. Moreover, the production of this textile provides livelihood to the artisans of Kutch.

This collection, on top, has been handwoven by the weavers of Kutch itself – from the famous Bhujodi village. This makes these stoles an example of India’s rich handloom sector.

 

A riot of colours

This collection, in true Indian style, is a riot of colours. Blue, green, red, yellow, white, black – you name it and the skilled weavers of Bhujodi would have woven it! While some kala cotton shawl in this collection are solid coloured, others are a medley of hues. We have used a canvas of one plain colour to feature woven motifs and elaborate borders in contrasting colours. The result is a harmonious blending of red with green, or of blue with black, or white with maroon. All the stoles, in the end, are works of art that anyone would be proud to drape on.

 

Quintessentially Indian with a contemporary appeal

Stoles are scarves are those rare pieces that can add charm to any outfit, whether Indian or western. The kala cotton stoles here, with their gorgeous colours, are quintessentially Indian in look and style. However, they go very well with western outfits as well for a touch of fusion!

So go ahead and shop from this beautiful collection today.

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