VEERAM (HANDLOOM COTTON STOLE)
Standing by her husband’s mortal remains, the only thing she dreamt of was to fulfill her husband’s legacy.
And that meant leaving her plush job at a multinational company and deciding to join the army, while fostering her one and a half year old child. There are hardly any words that described her raw courage and resolution, that motivates a young successful Indian woman to jump into the army barely weeks after she lost her husband in a tragic incident. Heroism rises in the time of need, a notion of duty, just like the bird that saved the ant.
Veeram celebrates the qualities of fearlessness, self-assurance, determination & valor in you.
This eco-dyed cotton stole is sure to steal your heart!
- Hand Wash/Machine Wash
- Medium iron.
Stole/Dupatta Colour: Multicolour
Style: Eco dyeing from colours extracted of Aparajita, marigold, onion, hibiscus, jackfruit leaf.
Fabric: Handloom Cotton
*Easy exchange or return available incase of any issues with the product
Handloom cotton fabric is woven using hand operated looms. The warp (length) and weft (width) are two sets of interlacing yarns woven by weavers on a mechanised loom that do not use electricity. Loom fabric as a result becomes soft, durable and provides more comfort in comparison to machine-made fabric. Loom fabric that is woven with love by someone, definitely gives you a unique feel and
Handloom cotton is more breathable and therefore, feels lighter in summers and provides more insulation in winters. Also, colour penetration in handloom cotton is more, thus making it more easier fabric for dyeing. Due to better absorbance of colour, handloom cotton looks more splendid than machine-made. Most importantly, human handling lends the fabrics a unique feel and gives the fabrics greater value.
A labour intensive skill, the art of handweaving takes 20-25 days for a saree to be handwoven. Supporting handloom fabric supports our ancient heritage of rich weaving and encourages the weavers to continue practicing this precious art-form.
The fabric is dyed using eco-dyeing technique with colour extracted from Aparajita, marigold, onion, hibiscus, jackfruit leaf.