Kota Doria Handloom Saree From Kota In Blue - IM-PKRSA26JL2
Size: Length: 6.5 m (inclusive of blouse piece), Width: 1.2 m. With 1m long Blouse Piece.
Take Care of Me: Dry Clean for the first time. Then you can get it hand washed by very mild detergent. Do not bleach. Do not dry in direct sunlight.
My material: Pure Cotton in warp and Pure Silk in weft.
Delivery: Dispatch in 7-8 Business Days, Delivery in 14-15 Business Days. Takes this much time as each saree is handwoven for you after you place the order. Designs are not repeated so you get one of a kind saree in the world.
Shipping: Free Shipping in India for orders above Rs.999. Shipping charges of Rs.99 will apply for orders below this amount. Paid Shipping Outside India - Shipping Cost will be added at the time of Checkout for International Orders.
About Me: This Kota Doriya Saree has India Handloom Brand certification, issued by DC Handlooms, Ministry of Textiles, Government of India. This certification is only given to those Handloom products which comply with the highest quality standards issued by Ministry of Textiles. In entire India, only 177 weavers have this certification with them.
This Saree has been weaved by Mohsina Bano, based in Kaithoon, Kota district, Rajasthan.
Pure Zari has been used in this saree to weave the border, pallu and the patterns (butta or butties). The Zari used is made from pure silver and gold plating is done on it for the golden color loved by generations. Around 40% of the value of this saree can be recovered by selling the Zari even after decades.
Kota Doria, also called Kota Masuriya or Kota Doriya, sarees are woven on a pit loom and have square check like patterns on them, which are called Khats. Khats ensure that these sarees are perfect for the Indian weather as they give breathability to these sarees. You will find that these sarees are weaved very finely and weigh very less.
Cotton used in this saree gies it strength, while the Pure Silk used gives it transparency, finesse and a light weight.
They get their name from the city of their origin, Kota and 'Doria' means thread. Thus, standing for Threads of Kota.
Please note that a slight irregularity in design and color is the sign of a handwoven piece.
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