Hand Woven Luxuries...
The process of hand weaving a fabric on traditional looms is rather a slow one as compared to those of a machine looms but the end products thus created on a handloom are far more superior in every aspect to that of a machine-loom. The final designs thus produced from the creative process of hand weaving intricately complicated motifs and patterns on to the fabrics can never be replicated by a machine loom. Thus every design is unique in itself.tussar silk sarees
Tussar Silk Sarees
Pada Padma | Handwoven jala tussar silk saree | Ganga Yamuna border | natural tussar color iii
Acknowledging traditional art and crafts, these inspirational creations are handcrafted using traditional techniques from the Art of Pattachitra by master craftsmen from quaint villages of Odisha. These Sarees are a perfect amalgamation of Historic PattaChitra and the Heritage Craft of Handlooms. Introducing our unique collection of Hand Loomed, Hand Painted Pattachitra Sarees and Kurtas. Intricately woven, traditionally crafted, these Saree are truly an original piece of art that you can drape.Pattachitra sarees
Blue Pittala Suta Saree | Handloom Single cotton
Poetry of the Loom
IKAT weaving process is an exquisite artistry conducted on a handloom as weavers dedicatedly thread dyed yarns through the fabric. A tedious process that demands master craftsmanship.
A perfect amalgamation of creativity and physical efforts.
Agastya | handloom cotton kurta for men | dark emerald | ikat
A Trend that bends itself to fit every culture, every age, every individual, a Kurta has truly been considered a classic.
The fabrics in every piece of YOGICposhak's Kurta has been hand woven by the master weavers of rural Odisha to whom the heritage knowledge of weaving has been passed down from hundreds of generations. Thus presenting you Kurtas with unique patterns, vibrant colors in multiple shades. All you need to do is . . . . . explore !!
Did You Know?
IKAT patterns, in India, dates back to 7th Century. Approx 1400 yrs ago.
If you were living back then, you would have preferred a single uncut length of a fabric for all your styling.