Textile Library

Our textiles are a connection to our roots, a celebration of heritage, and a commitment to sustainability.

Kala Cotton

Kala Cotton, an indigenous, organic crop thrives in the rain-fed lands of eastern Kutch, Gujarat.

This old-world cotton variety presents clear advantages, such as enriching soil health and placing minimal stress on the limited water supplies. The fabric skillfully spun and woven by hand, showcases intricate texture and celebrates the artistry of traditional craftsmanship.


Brown Cotton

The naturally grown Brown Cotton, with its almond coloured hue, is an indigenous variety cultivated in the Melkote region of Karnataka.

Its natural growth imbues it with pest and drought resistance, replying solely on rainwater for sustenance. This fabric, spun and woven by hand, gains a softer and more pliable texture with each wash.


Organic Cotton

GOTS- certified fabrics, these encompass mill-spun and Ambar Charkha spun yarn, meticulously transferred into intricate handwoven pieces by skilled artisans situated in clusters across West Bengal and Madhya Pradesh. Displaying a delightful spectrum of textures, weights, and tactile qualities, these fabrics collectively testify to the exceptional craftsmanship of the weavers.


Mul Mul Cotton

Mulmul, known as the "wonder cloth," is a fine, airy cotton fabric from West Bengal. Celebrated for its delicate texture and breathability, it is perfect for summer garments.

Handwoven with intricate craftsmanship, mulmul embodies the rich heritage and skilled artisanship of the region.


Handwoven Denim

Handwoven denim is more than just fabric; it's a testament to the artistry and dedication of skilled weaver communities. Its distinctive texture and character speak volumes about the craftsmanship behind its creation.

Garments fashioned from handwoven denim seamlessly blend modern aesthetics with timeless tradition, embodying a sense of heritage and authenticity that resonates with today's mindful consumer.



Chanderi fabric, originating from the town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh, India, is celebrated for its traditional handwoven craftsmanship, incorporating silk, and cotton to achieve a luxurious and lightweight texture.

A testament to India's rich weaving heritage, Chanderi fabric reflects the skilled artistry of artisans who preserve and pass down this tradition through generations.