Tag: handloom

An Udupi Sari

Yesterday was National Handloom Day while I wore the Puneri fisherwomen Sari, I didn’t click any pictures. I had written about this sari earlier – A cotton, tussar and a Kanchi “Pattu”. I wanted to share about the Udupi sari that I bought from Maanini Vastralaya. They have a […]

The Privileged Perspective

I read a FB post by the well known handloom aficionado Laila Tyabji and it did piss me off. I have always looked forward to her sari posts because she has an enviable collection and most times I find her views on other topics very balanced and wonderfully […]

Stop.Learn.Buy …a Handloom

Tomorrow is the National Handloom Day. Do celebrate by wearing something thats handwoven – a scarf, a shirt, a kurti, a sari or a dupatta..anything. This post is for novices like me who don’t know much about the different weaving techniques and maybe don’t even know the different […]

A few firsts

Today’s sari post is about three first time saris. The very first one is the first Silk cotton sari that I bought about 5 years back. I was at Kumaran stores with Kashiana and saw this sari. I bought a few others and left it thinking its some […]

Why should you buy handloom ?

One of the experts on the W3 group, Mr. Madhu Palaniyandi, had shared this a couple of weeks back. I have taken his permission to repost this verbatim. Please read and make sure that you make an effort to buy handloom always. Trendy clothes are also being made […]

My first Kasavu

I knew the “Mundu” but never knew about the Kasavu saris of Kerala. When Jose gifted this sari to me, I didn’t know it was a Kasavu. I just loved the design and got the sari ready to wear. Then W3 happened and I figured out that I […]

My first handloom Negamam

I didn’t know what a Negamam sari was till I became a part of the W3 group. I had bought three Negamam saris at Kumaran Stores many years back when I thought that all cottons were handloom :):). When I figured out the difference between handloom and power […]

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