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Get Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven Checks

by Kapil Goel Director

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Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven Checks 
Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven Checks

 

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Get Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven Checks 
Get Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven Checks

 

Gharchola garments are a unique feature of life in the Northwest. They are the most understated part of the bridal trousseau, the term having traditionally been reserved for the clothing meant to be worn by the bride around her new home. The sarees and dupattas that come under this category are typically brightly coloured and embroidered with sequins and mirrors, making for sumptuous works of silk. The one you see on this page is one such Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta.

Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven 
Bandhani Gharchola Dupatta from Gujarat with Zari-Woven

 

It is made from pure silk and dyed in the bandhani style that is a rage with the women of the region. It comes in two youthful colors, cobalt blue and vermillion orange both these colors do justice to the zari-edged chequers that define the field. Such a dupatta is best teamed with a basic, solid-colored suit in order to bring out its brilliance. This is a great, statement-making number to be worn to casual parties in the day and evening alike.


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