"Hatha-buna", literally translates into hand-woven, a heritage technique that has been handed down over hundreds of generations. A process so naturally evolved, has stood the test of time both in terms of the process used and the final products thus created.

The process of weaving a fabric on handlooms is rather a slow one as compared to those of a machine looms but the end products thus created in a handloom are far more superior in every aspect to that of a machine-loom.

The final designs that are produced from the creative process of hand weaving intricately complicated motifs and patterns in to the fabrics can never be replicated by a machine loom. Thus every design is unique in itself.