Even if I live for a thousand years, I shall never forget that luminous and compelling loveliness in my first vision of her. It is almost impossible for me to describe her, a presumption indeed, when so many abler pens than mine have hymned her praises. While I did read a few dozen articles about her, little did I expect my dumb foundness, to see her in physicality. I was stopped short of words. She was slender and tall, yet not too tall. Her lustrous dark black hair, which must have fallen to her shoulders, enveloped her face like a cloud of night. Her eyes were deep blue-black, large and radiant and of unfathomable depth and her smile almost appeared as the last real enchantment in the world. She was clad in a white saree, the whiteness of which appeared gleaming, vital and full of electricity – a live thing of itself, as it seemed to me. There was not a feature in her, that was not perfect and as I turned the moth-eaten pages of my diary, I quietly wrote “safed badal” or white lustrous clouds.
This beautiful white mulmul cotton saree will make you fall in love with it again and again.
Saree length: 5.5 mtrs (edges done)
Saree fabric- Mulmul cotton
Blouse fabric- No.
- Dry Clean
- Medium iron.
*Easy exchange or return available incase of any issues with the product.
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The mul cotton commonly known as mul mul is categorized as muslin cotton, whose origin traces back to pre Indus valley civilization era. The 14th-century Sufi poet and scholar Amir Khusrau mentioned about muslin being so light that a hundred yards could pass through the eye of the needle.
The speciality of the fabric is derived by the way it is weaved. Cotton fibres are separated and spun into strong threads. Amongst that, the lightest and the most delicate fibres are separated which are then spun into muslin thread. Laces are a perfect addition to this incredibly soft and light mul mul sarees.