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  • Rs.18,301

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 36×48
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,541

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 24×30
    Product Origin Sri Kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.16,374

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 48×72
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    Out of stock

  • Rs.36,602

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 48×72
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.9,247

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 42×42
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,541

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 24×30
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,734

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 24×30
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    In Stock

  • Rs.1,348

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 24×30
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    Out of stock

  • Rs.1,348

    This is a GI tagged handcrafted product that uses natural dyes. Originating from the districts of Chittoor and Krishna of Andhra Pradesh, this GI tag emphasises the origin of this product as an intellectual property of Andhra Pradesh.

    Craft Type Kalamkari
    Dimensions 24×30
    Product Origin Sri kalahasti
    Material Cotton
    • Kalamakari was born out of an art of story-telling. It is a highly popular art form in which hand and block printing are used for making narrative scrolls and panels.
    • A craft dating back to 3000 years, Kalamkari gained a lot of recognition during the Mughal era.
    • Kalamkari art primarily displays earthy tones such beige, indigo, green, rust, black and mustard.

    Out of stock

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