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Nayantara – Madhubani on Tussar Silk Saree

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Madhubani is a style of painting, practiced in the Mithila region of India and Nepal. It was named after Madhubani District of Bihar where it originated. This painting is done with various tools, such as fingers, twigs, brushes, nib-pens, and matchsticks and using natural dyes and pigments.

We at Dora experimented with this art form for the first time and bring to you one such gem on tussar that looks absolutely out of this world. A must have in your wardrobe.

Saree Length: 6.5 metres
Blouse Piece: Yes
Wash care: Dry Wash
Availability: Single Piece

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  • Wash care: Dry wash
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