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Kashida Pattu Woven Sling Bag

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Rajasthan, | AUTHENTIC CRAFT. CREATED IN INDIA.

Kashida Pattu Woven Sling Bag

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Kashida Pattu Woven Sling Bag in Cotton Fabric crafted with beautiful and intricate Kashida weaving from Rajasthan. Handcrafted in the deserts of Rajasthan, Kashida weaving has become a major source of livelihood for the people of the region. Pattu Weaving has been an established form of weaving in Rajasthan and western India. The extra weft technique used in this form of weaving makes it look like Kashida embroidery, depicting nature inspired themes rendered through geometric patterns and shapes, and hence the craft form is popularly recognised as Kashida Pattu.

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Kashida Pattu Woven Sling Bag

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Product Details

  • Material : Cotton
  • Craft : Kashida Pattu Weaving
  • State : Rajasthan
  • Colour : Black & Red
  • Measurements : Length - 13" x Width - 10"
  • Product weight : 200 grams
  • Shipping Info : Dispatched in a maximum of 6 business days. Returns accepted within 12 days of delivery.
  • UOM : Pieces

Kashida Pattu Weaving

Handcrafted in the deserts of Rajasthan, Kashida weaving has become a major source of livelihood for the people of the region. Pattu Weaving has been an established form of weaving in Rajasthan and western India. The extra weft technique used in this form of weaving makes it look like Kashida embroidery, depicting nature inspired themes rendered through geometric patterns and shapes, and hence the craft form is popularly recognised as Kashida Pattu.

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