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  • Irkal/Ilkal saree is a traditional form of saree which is a common feminine wear in India. Ilkal sarees are from Karnataka state, India. Ilkal sarees are woven using cotton warp on the body and art silk warp for border and art silk warp for pallu portion of the saree.

    Combination: Saree with continuous running blouse.
    Length: 6.2 Metres.

    Actual colors may be slightly different from what you see on your screen, as they vary from screen to screen.

    2,200.00
  • Handwoven cotton fabrics from Telangana. Pearl Cottons are mercerised handloom fabrics woven using interlock-weft technique. These are handwoven fabrics known for its durability, affordability, and low maintenance. These fabrics can be found in dual tone colours with contrast border.
    Combination: Unstiched Mercerised Pearl Cotton Lehanga along with blouse and duppata.
    Length: Lehanga- 3.50 Meters, Blouse- 1 Meter, Duppata- 2.5 Meters.

    Size: Free size.

    Actual colors may be slightly different from what you see on your screen, as they vary from screen to screen.

    2,500.00
  • Handwoven cotton sarees from Telangana. Pearl Cottons are mercerised handloom sarees woven using interlock-weft technique. These are handwoven sarees known for its durability, affordability, and low maintenance. These sarees can be found in dual tone colours with contrast border.
    Combination: Saree with continuous running blouse.
    Length: 6.2 Metres.

    Actual colors may be slightly different from what you see on your screen, as they vary from screen to screen.

    1,500.00

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