Kota Doria Hand Brush Painted Top & Dupatta
About the product
Place of origin-Kota, Rajasthan
Since-Mid 18th century (Around 1720)
- Get the feel of Rajasthan wearing this pretty fabric. This light material is traditionally hand-woven on pit looms in Kaithoon in Rajasthan’s Kota.
- The popular material has square like patterns called khats on them. It is easy to wear and soft on the skin. So, next time you want to get all decked up for a family wedding or want to look elegant for an official meeting, just lay your hands on this gorgeous speciality of Kota, the Doria and you are all set.
Kiran Sogra is into weaving of Doria saris from the last 10 years. Her pieces are authentic and each dress material has a different and new design. Sogra gives her best to each of the fabric woven under her.