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Block-Printed Black Kota Doria Saree

Classic Look Elegant Black Kota Doria Saree

MaterialKota Doria
StyleHand-Blocked Print
Product TypeSaree
Sale price₹1,999.00

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The handwoven & bagru block printed black Kota Doria saree spells distinct flavours of the artisans we work with in the remotes of Rajasthan. Style this black saree with a pearl string, and an open drape to make heads turn. It comes with an attached blouse piece.

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Embrace the delicate drapes

Kota Doria Saree

  • Handloom

  • Modern Textile

  • Handmade

  • Vocal for local

  • Ethically made

  • Make in India

  • airy & breathable

History of
Kota Doria Saree

The fascinating weaves of Kota Doria were first originated in Mysore. Subsequently, around 17th-18th century, the traditional weavers were brought to Kota in Rajasthan by Rao Kishore Singh who served as general during the reign of Shahajahan. The union between the two states brought about the invention of the 'Kota-Masuria' sarees, which were adorned for religious occasions since this type of material was considered auspicious. Since then, Kota Doria saree became popular and paved the way for the Kota Doria cloth that turned out to be one of the most fashionable fabrics in India. Handwoven on traditional pit looms in pure cotton and silk, the Kota Doria saree speaks for its artistic and unparalleled craftsmanship.

A lot of people face issues with the crispness of fabric which is very important for Kota sarees. The easy and simple way to achieve the crisp and fresh texture of a Kota Saree is the application of rice starch, which helps in giving a finishing touch to the saree. Please understand that starching a Kota saree will minimise wrinkling and give a more polished appearance in any season of the year. Starch also helps in protecting the fibre making it possible to enjoy wearing it for more years.
This way, we are supporting the handful of artisans who are ensuring the survival of this ancient art of fine weaving.

Use and care tips

Do you know? Kota Doria is a soft textile fabric. Onion and water paste is used as one of the raw materials to strengthen the yarn of Kota Doria Saree

  • Initially, give your Kota Doria Saree for dry cleaning. Afterwards,
    delicately hand wash with cold water, and a mild detergent.

  • After washing, don't soak the saree for more than 10 minutes, it prevents color bleeding.

  • Spray starch to add stiffness to the saree (Mix & shake 2 cups water + 1 teaspoon cornstarch in a spray bottle)

  • Avoid fabric conditioners as they are full of chemicals

  • Minimum Ironing temperature is fine for Kota Doria saree

  • Remove stains gently, don't rub hard

  • Do not stack Kota Doria sarees

  • Always hang them on a good quality wardrobe hanger to avoid creases


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