Uppada Pattu Saree
The Uppada Jamdani silk saree dates back to the 18th century when Jamdani, a Persian word, denoting an art of weaving that originated In Bengal, was revived and introduced to weavers in the twin coastal villages of Uppada Kothapalli in the Kakinada district of Andhra Pradesh.
The saree, also coined as Andhra Uppada is inspired by the Jamdani tradition but maintains a distinct local character resulting in acquisition of a GI tag in 2009, with paisley, floral and geometric motifs woven on the finest of pure silk.
1 in stock
• 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
• 80s X 80s X 45”X 5.40 Mtrs