Ponduru Khadi Cotton Saree
Produced locally from Punasa cotton, the weaving process is painstakingly meticulous requiring immense dexterity. The process begins with cleaning the cotton with a comb – made from the jaw bone of the “Valuga “ (cat) fish bone– to lend it a silky sheen. The straightened fibers are pressed and rolled on a wooden plank with a metal rod and each deft stroke casts away seeds from the cotton. The separated fibers are then rolled in to strands on wooden cylindrical sticks and spun on a charkha to yield yarn that is finally dyed using natural dyes.
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? Suggested dry cleaning
? Do not squeeze or wring
? Dry on clean horizontal surface under shade
? Store in clean and dry place, away from insects, dust, excessive light and moisture
|135 × 135 × 540 m