Tripataka (Saree)

SKU: SUTAHAN277

MRP: Rs. 3,140.00
Price inclusive of taxes

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(COD is not available for Fall and Edging orders. Any saree ordered with fall and edging can’t be returned or exchanged.)

Underskirts/Petticoats
(Click here for size chart. Suta Ninja will select the best color for you. )
Country of Origin: India
Sold by: Suta Pvt. Ltd.

Length:  5.16 meters ; Width: 45 inches

Blouse Piece: No

Wash Care: Dry Wash

Blouse:  The model is wearing XS size of blouse called Pushpaputa

https://suta.in/products/pushpaputa-blouse

Fabric: Handloom Cotton

Disclaimer: The pictures are clicked in daylight. Colour may vary slightly from the image due to the screen brightness

The kingdom didn’t seem to fit her illustrious dreams, it was too small to capture her vivacious ambitions. It was guarded by stereotypes and ruled by conventions. She didn’t blame fate, instead, she did something unexpected. All alone, by herself, she built the kingdom she wanted, where she crowned herself the “Queen”. 

The name of this saree is inspired by the Odissi dance mudra - Tripataka, which is usually used to denote a crown.

This Ikat handloom cotton olive green and black hued saree, with black tassels magnificently becomes a part of you and your story, in the most pristine way. 

This is a handloom cotton Ikat saree.
Ikat is an art of resist-dyeing where the yarn is coated with resistive materials in specific patterns and then dyed before weaving the fabric. The process of applying dye-resist and dyeing is repeated multiple times to create exquisite patterns.
Handloom cotton is a type of fabric that is woven using hand operated looms. Two sets of interlacing yarns, the warp (length) and weft (width), are woven on a mechanised loom operated by weavers. These looms do not use electricity. Human handling lends the fabrics a unique feel and renders the fabrics more value.
The art of hand weaving is labour intensive and takes a longer time. But, the beauty it adds to the fabric is priceless. Choosing handloom cotton supports the rich weaving heritage of India and lets the weavers carry on the precious art-form to the future generations as well.

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